Advocates in India shift focus toward preventing pass on of HIV among injection drug users Some HIV/AIDS advocates in India are shifting their approach to fighting the country’s epidemic from promoting condom use and safer-sex practices among commercial sex workers, truck motorists and migrant laborers to targeting injection drug users largely, the AP/International Herald Tribune reports. Indian officials estimate that about 100,000 IDUs reside in the national country, but the US says the real number could possibly be as high as one million. About 10 percent of HIV-positive people in India contracted the virus through injection medication use, according to the country’s National Helps Control Business.The journal covers all fields of pure and applied analytical bioanalysis and chemistry, including topics at their interfaces with health and life sciences, engineering and materials sciences, environmental science, earth sciences and others. With a rating of 2.867, ABC has seen the highest growth of the Impact Factor over the last five years among related journals of analytical chemistry. The journal is released by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, a right component of Wolters Kluwer Wellness.