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LGBT Health

Editor-in-Chief: William Byne, MD, PhD

ISSN: 2325-8292 • Published Quarterly • Online ISSN: 2325-8306

Current Volume: 1

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A Video Message from William Byne, MD, PhD

Editor-in-Chief William Byne, MD, PhD, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, discusses the impetus for the new peer-reviewed journal LGBT Health and how you can get involved.

Healio.com/Psychiatry
Psychiatric Annals interview with
Associate Editor Jack Drescher, MD

Reduction of stigma key to changes to DSM-5 gender dysphoria diagnosis  

Should Your Sexual Identity Be Standard Information On Your Medical Records?
Study from LGBT Health authors Sean Cahill, PhD and Harvey J. Makadon, MD discussed in Forbes


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