Dr. Norman Spack, a pediatric specialist at the hospital, has launched a clinic for transgendered kids — boys who feel like girls, girls who want to be boys — and he’s opening his doors to patients as young as 7.
Spack offers his younger patients counseling and drugs that delay the onset of puberty. The drugs stop the natural flood of hormones that would make it difficult to have a sex alteration later in life, allowing patients more time to decide whether they want to make the change.
(Wow, seven is very young in age. Yet, I've known 3 people who by age 5 displayed they just weren't gay/lesbian, but they were transgendered. All three are young adults now in the process of transitioning.)
There is one last comment I'd like to make in response to this article --
“Just because modern medicine can accomplish certain things does not mean that these procedures should be done,” said Nimocks. “That’s the mindset of a Dr. Kevorkian, and he wound up in jail.”
(No disrespect but this has to be one of the most stupid where's the relevance ? someone could make, it's up there with God made Adam an Eve not Adam & Steve.")
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