If we are going to share, could we use this Syringe please?

The Journal of International Drug Policy is reporting that circumstantial evidence from a variety of models show that using a newly developed syringe that reduces dead space by a thousand percent from current syringes has high probablity that HIV, Hepatitis C and other blood borne diseases could be reduced to zero within 8 years. William A. Zule and several other researchers contend that changing the current syringe design could almost completely eliminate HIV transmission to the user and their family and/or sexual partners caused by needle sharing.