The New York Times | June 9, 2021
“Those laws are driving people most affected by H.I.V. away from H.I.V. prevention and treatment,” said Matthew Kavanagh, director of the Global Health Policy and Politics Initiative at Georgetown University. “This could be a critical tool in getting the world back on track to ending AIDS.”
On Monday, Dr. Kavanagh and his colleagues published new work showing that countries that criminalize same-sex relationships, drug use and sex work have had much less success in turning back H.I.V.