Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association

, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp 102–151

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health: Findings and Concerns

  • Laura Dean
  • Ilan H. Meyer
  • Kevin Robinson
  • Randall L. Sell
  • Robert Sember
  • Vincent M. B. Silenzio
  • Deborah J. Bowen
  • Judith Bradford
  • Esther Rothblum
  • Jocelyn White
  • Patricia Dunn
  • Anne Lawrence
  • Daniel Wolfe
  • Jessica Xavier

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Laura Dean
  • Ilan H. Meyer
  • Kevin Robinson
  • Randall L. Sell
  • Robert Sember
  • Vincent M. B. Silenzio
  • Deborah J. Bowen
  • Judith Bradford
  • Esther Rothblum
  • Jocelyn White
  • Patricia Dunn
  • Anne Lawrence
  • Daniel Wolfe
  • Jessica Xavier

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