OPTIMIZATION OF A HUMAN EX VIVO WOUND HEALING MODEL IN THE CONTEXT OF GENDER AFFIRMING SURGERIES

Baik, Julie

2023

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  • With 1.6 million Americans identifying as transgender or non-binary, gender-affirming surgeries (GAS) are being increasingly performed across the United States. However, there is a dearth of research conducted on this underserved population. One of the biggest causes of GAS morbidity is wound-healing complications. Contrary to the understanding of testosterone as an anabolic molecule that enhances ... read more
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