British national health service halts gender-reassignment for children
November 02, 2022
CWN Editor's Note: England’s National Health Service (NHS) has issued new guidance for dealing with gender dysphoria among young people, advising against the use of hormones and puberty blockers.
After a study of the problem, the NHS recommended that when young people question their sexual identity, they may be going through a “phase,” and warned that hormone treatments have “significant effects on the psychological function.”
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