Inside Denmark's 'fixing rooms', where nurses watch as addicts inject in safety

In Copenhagen's fixing room, drug addicts are able to take intravenous drugs through the supervision of nurses. The room provides a clean environment with sterile needles that can be disposed of. Since it opened, there were 36,000 injections, accounting for 350 syringes being used a day, and 1,000 regular attendees. “The philosophy is that we can't change people, people can change themselves and we can be there when they want to change."

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