Gay men, lesbians and bisexual people were more likely than heterosexuals to consult mental health service providers. Lesbians had lower rates of consulting family doctors and were less likely to have had a Pap test, compared with heterosexual women. Bisexuals reported more unmet health care needs than did their heterosexual counterparts.
Homosexuality, family physicians, health care services accessibility, health status, mammography, Pap smear test
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