A strong thesis statement must have two components: a clear topic and an opinion (that you can prove/support with valid examples). Keep in mind that your topic specifically focuses on the "needle exchange program" as opposed to "drug users," which you have referenced in your thesis statement. Clearly answer the question at hand, and use your answer to construct your thesis statement. Just be sure that you have enough evidence to support your stance.
Because needle exchange programs encourage drug users to remain in our cities, they are not beneficial.
I dont find this to be a valid statement sorry... Maybe try due to legislative lobbying drug companies are getting by with too many risky side effects drugs.
Your thesis doesn't directly correlate with the subject of the paper. Keep working on it, and make sure you include what your stance is on the exchange program, not drug users. You also need someone to proofread your paper HARDCORE. I don't mean that to sound rude, but your question and details on here are full of mistakes.
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