Ethics/HumanismConfronting the Scope of LGBT Inequity in SurgeryEgelko, Aron MD; Agarwal, Shilpa MD; Erkmen, Cherie MD, FACS Author Information From the Departments of General Surgery (Egelko, Agarwal), Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA. Thoracic Surgery (Erkmen), Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA. Received November 10, 2021; Revised December 15, 2021; Accepted January 3, 2022. Disclosure Information: Nothing to disclose. Support: This study was partially supported by TUFCCC/HC Regional Comprehensive Cancer Health Disparity Partnership, Award Number U54 CA221704(5) from the National Cancer Institute of National Institutes of Health (NCI/NIH). Correspondence address: Aron Egelko, MD, Department of General Surgery, Temple University Hospital, 3401 N Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19140. email: [email protected] Journal of the American College of Surgeons: May 2022 - Volume 234 - Issue 5 - p 959-963 doi: 10.1097/XCS.0000000000000101 Buy Metrics In Brief This landmark article traces anti-LGBT discrimination in surgery from history to present with particular analysis of discrimination against patients, providers, and within faith-based and military institutions. Although research alone will not end healthcare iniquity, the work cannot begin until the “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” era of scholarship ends. © 2022 by the American College of Surgeons. Published by Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. All rights reserved.