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Edit to Suicide Among LGBT Youth[edit]

You edited the introduction to state that suicide rates are comparatively higher among LGBT youth and provided as a citation the study, "Risk Factors for Suicide among Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Youths". However, the abstract of the study only refers to "rick factors for suicide". I couldn't find anywhere in the study refering to completed suicide rates and so I don't think it is an adequate source. I've looked for appropriate citations in the past regarding completed suicide rates without success and put up a request on the talk page for assistance. Until and unless relevant citations are found, statements about suicide rates should not be added. I've reverted the introduction but kept the added citation as it is still relevant to the issue of suicide attempts and ideation among LGBT youth. (talk) 01:56, 7 November 2013 (UTC)

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