Duffy et al.  have published an important study in the Journal of Adolescent Health about the health of transgender individuals. In a survey of 365,749 college students living in the United States, 678 (.2%) self-identified as transgender. Among those identifying as transgender, Duffy et al. observed a past-year eating disorders prevalence rate of 18% (nearly one in five) compared with rates of 1.8% and .2% for cisgender women and men, respectively. Of those transgender individuals with eating disorders, the authors observed a past-year suicide attempt prevalence rate of 75%—a figure both shocking and compelling.