Bolstering Latinx Gay and Bisexual Men to Promote Health and Reduce HIV Transmission
One in five new HIV diagnoses in 2017 in the United States were among Latinx gay and bisexual men. While HIV rates are stable, or falling in other groups, they rose by 12% among these men from 2012-2016. This policy brief explores the health and social factors that contribute to HIV risks among Latinx gay and bisexual men. Read the brief here
The Latest From Our Blog
The O’Neill Institute team and affiliates address important current events in national and global health law and policy in the O’Neill Institute Blog.
Tuberculosis in Prisons: A People's Introduction to the Law
To address the tuberculosis crisis in prisons around the world, the Institute, along with many great partners, has produced a guide to make the law a more accessible tool for activists to create change.
Professor Gostin's Personal Series on Palliative Care
Professor Gostin published three deeply personal articles in the Milbank Quarterly on the passing of his father and what he learned about aging and dying with dignity.