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DVD - To Do No Harm


“To Do No Harm” is a documentary released in 2003 that examines the link between trends in HIV infection, drug use and needle exchange programs in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The 68-minute, independently produced piece takes an in-depth look at the theory and practice of Harm Reduction – a set of practical strategies that reduce negative consequences of drug use and a host of other social maladies-scientifically proven to aid in the prevention and education of HIV infection, but often opposed by conservative civic leaders and government officials. The documentary was written, produced and directed by Charles A. Sessoms, who is the former Director of the Provincetown Needle Exchange Program and a twenty five year veteran of film and video production.

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