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8 September 2021
Hormones for children: the world revolts
Arkansas, and soon Texas and Tennessee. Sweden, Finland, UK, Australia: the number of western countries abandoning drug treatment for 'gender non-conforming' children is growing. And the prestigious Lancet is calling for a reconsideration of these 'therapies' which continue to be prescribed in Italy. It's time to give battle
An article in the prestigious Lancet Child & Adolescent Health (see here) proposes more caution in the use of puberty blockers on children diagnosed as gender dysphoric. According to Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, further research is needed to determine the best treatment for children who have received this diagnosis, particularly for those in whom the disorder did not manifest until after puberty. Gender is a highly politicised issue, and any scientific article that poses a threat to mainstream narratives [...]
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20 May 2021
Hormones in children: we can no longer remain silent
Sweden, Finland and the UK put the brakes on hormones for minors. In Italy they continue to be administered and the number of cases is not known. But it is no longer possible to remain silent. Interview with British psychiatrist David Bell, one of the first to sound the alarm
For a couple of years now, it has also been possible in Italy to administer puberty blockers to minors with so-called non-conforming behaviour. The treatment is only available on prescription. After years of treatment and an exponential increase in the number of cases, a court ruling has been needed in the UK for a few months. Sweden recently stopped hormone therapies for minors. In Arkansas these treatments have been outlawed. In Finland psychological and not pharmacological therapy is recommended. There is no known [...]
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