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Jail incarceration was associated with increased cancer deaths for common cancers for white people, but not for Black people.
The number of people with HIV in prisons has declined for 23 straight years, found a DOJ report that also looked at HIV testing in prisons.
In California, a reform group is suing, arguing that unprotected prison workers put vulnerable inmates at risk.
After inmates filed a class action lawsuit, Nevada agreed to treat all prisoners living with hepatitis C.
One study in June linked 16 percent of COVID-19 cases in Chicago and across Illinois to Cook County Jail.
HIV criminalization experts convened attorneys and stakeholders to propose public health guidelines.
This includes New York inmates who are older, sick, pregnant or have serious respiratory conditions or compromised immune systems.
Check out this long read about the effects of the opioid epidemic on the nation’s criminal justice system.
The incidents have prompted lawsuits from harm reduction advocates.
Hint: Children with a parent behind bars are at a huge risk of mental health and behavioral issues.
Massachusetts sheriffs have publicly criticized the state?s decision to cut more than $ 1 million for HIV testing, education and doctor?s visi...
A first-ever comprehensive estimate of U.S. HIV care retention reveals that more than half of HIV-positive patients had gaps in treatment rang...
Lawmakers in the Maryland legislature have proposed changing the state’s HIV-specific criminal law from a misdemeanor to a felony.
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