TITLE

IMPROVED HEALTH CARE FOR SEXUAL MINORITY AND TRANSGENDER VETERANS

AUTHOR(S)
Lutwak, Nancy; Dill, Curt; Blosnich, John R.; Bossarte, Robert M.; Silenzio, Vincent M. B.
PUB. DATE
August 2012
SOURCE
American Journal of Public Health;Aug2012, Vol. 102 Issue 8, pe10
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Letters to the editor referring to a recent Journal article are encouraged up to 3 months after the article's appearance. By submitting a letter to the editor, the author gives permission for its publication in the Journal. Letters should not duplicate material being published or submitted elsewhere. The editors reserve the right to edit and abridge letters and to publish responses. Text is limited to 400 words and 10 references. Submit online at www.editorialmanager. com/ajph for immediate Web posting, or at ajph.edmgr.com for later print publication. Online responses are automatically considered for print publication. Queries should be addressed to the Editor-in-Chief, Mary E. Northridge, PhD, MPH, at men6@nyu.edu.
ACCESSION #
78276985

 

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