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Abstract

“Prisons are among the most unhealthy places in our societies. In them, people are not only deprived of their freedom but they are also exposed to threats such as violence, addiction and infectious diseases, while at the same time their own capacity to manage these risks is severely constrained” [1].

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2007-01-01
2017-11-19
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