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The ending of a needle exchange service at Boots' main Belfast branch will be "a loss to the city", campaigners say. The pharmacy giant is withdrawing the service from 1 November, blaming fears for staff safety after anti-social behaviour by users of the service.

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To find your nearest participating Boots store. While the risks associated with injecting drugs can not entirely be eliminated, using clean needles can reduce the risks. Also, by exchanging used injecting equipment, needles are disposed of safely reducing the risk of injury to yourself and the wider public.

Speak to your local participating Boots pharmacist to find out more about the scheme. in.

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Home Boots Needle Exchange Scheme. Boots Needle Exchange Scheme. Sharing and reusing needles for injecting drugs puts you at ificant risk of contracting blood borne diseases such as HIV and Hepatitis C. To help reduce the risk there are local schemes that exchange used needles for new needles.

This will vary depending on your location. Take your used needles, in a Sharps bin to the participating Boots store.

The pharmacist will supply you with a new needle kit and Sharps bin.

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As a key partner of the NHS, we deliver services that are deed to meet the specific needs of our customers and patients in their local communities.

Pharmacists are trained experts in the use of medicines.

The purpose of needle exchanges is to reduce drug related harm and prevent transmission of blood borne viruses.

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If you have a minor illness, a pharmacy is the first place you should go for advice.