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A 2015 study published in the Milbank Quarterly found that out of 452 transgender people residing in Massachusetts, 65 percent reported being on the receiving end of discrimination in the context of a public accommodation (from hospitals and health centers to public transportation mechanisms and shopping centers) and 24 percent reported discrimination in a health care setting, which the researchers found to be linked with up to an "81 percent increased risk of adverse emotional and physical symptoms and a 2-fold to 3-fold increased risk of postponement of needed care when sick or injured and of preventive or routine health care." Another survey, carried out by the National Center for Transgender Equality and the National Gay and Lesbian Taskforce, found that 50 percent of all transgender individuals "reported having to teach their medical providers about transgender care" while 19 percent said they had been "refused care due to their transgender or gender non-conforming status." The consequences of a lack of acceptance and empathy in both medical and social settings can be catastrophic.
"At the interpersonal and community levels," Simran Shaikh and colleagues write in the Journal of the International AIDS Society, "transgender populations often experience high levels of both perceived and internalized social stigma, social isolation, discrimination, and victimization.