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The "Community Consultants", "Professional Advisory Board" and "Community Advisory Board" are displayed on the page "People"

Contributing Writers
Claudia Pitts, PhD
Claudia Pitts, PhD is an Illinois licensed clinical psychologist and program director for the MA in Psychology program at National-Louis University. She balances her academic work with clinical practice. Her research interests focus on intersections of emotional and physical health. She regularly presents for academic, professional and consumer groups.
Katie Hiler
Katie Hiler graduated from the University of Rochester with Bachelors degrees in Brain and Cognitive Science and English. Since graduating in 2009 she has worked as an Editorial Assistant for Springer Science+Business Media in the disciplines of Clinical Medicine and Human Sciences. Katie is also writes for the National LGBT Cancer Network and is looking to pursue a career in scientific journalism. She currently lives in Brooklyn.

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Data collected by this site may be used for statistical analysis by the The National LGBT Cancer Network. This site uses cookies to track users progress on the risk assessment portion of this site. The information collected in the risk assessment portion of this site is stored for statistical analysis only. All data collected in the risk assessment portion of the site is stored anonymously and no information that can be used to identify particitpating individuals is collected or stored. All mailing-list information collected through this site is stored on a separate server from that which contains health-related data. Mailing list information is for The National LGBT Cancer Network's use only and will never be transmitted to a third pary. Phone numbers and emails that are submitted to this site for electronic prompts are stored anonymously and purged immediately after the prompt is sent. This site's database is accessible by the founder of the organization and the organization's web developer only. All data is stored on a secure server.

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Palefsky, Joel, MD. "Update on HPV: Beyond Cervical Cancer", Sexuality, Reproduction and Menopause, webcast, 2009.
Bratcher, Jason, MD and Palefsky, Joel, MD. "Anogenital Human Papillomavirus Coinfection and Associated Neoplasia in HIV-Positive Men and Women" The PRN Notebook, vol. 13, Sept, 2008.
Koutsky L, Galloway D, Holmes K. Epidemiology of Genital Human Papillomavirus. Epidemial Rec. 1988; 10: 122-163.
Goldstone, Stephen, MD, et. al., "Hybrind Capture II Detection of Oncogenic Human Papillomavirus: A Useful Tool When Evaluating Men Who Have Sex with Men with Atypical Squamous Cells of Undetermined Significance on Anal Cytology" The A3
Cichock, Mark, RN, "The Dangers of Anal Cancer - The Silent Killer in Men with HIV" University of Michigan HIV/AIDS Treatment Program, Dec., 2008.
Researchers link infection with anal human papillomavirus with a higher risk of new HIV infection fhcrc.org/about/pubs/center_news/online/2009/05/HIV_study.html may 23, 2009
www.thebody.com/Forums/AIDS/Fatigue/Archive/Help/Q191583.html June 19, 2009
www.nyc.gov/html/doh/html/pr2008/pr052-08.shtml June 21, 2009

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The National LGBT Cancer Network
136 West 16 St. #1E
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