Sample Request Received by an OMHRC Information Specialist
A professor at St. Francis University called one of our Information Specialists asking for information (brochures, websites, and statistics) on minority men's health because she was developing a course for nursing students about it.
Thank you for calling The Office of Minority Health Resource Center. Listed below you will find links to information related to minority men's health. Please feel free to contact us again if you need further assistance.Publications
Men's Health 101
Statistics for Hispanic and African American Males on cancer (pag. 34 of 163) and diabetes (pg. 36 of 163). [PDF, 3.64MB][
Information from Office on Women's Health
Minority Men's Health
Men's Health Network
CDC's Men's Health
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