A medical doctor is poking holes in claims and research touted by the Department of Defense (DOD) to argue that children as young as seven years old can consent to sex change medical treatments, according to a statement sent to the Daily Caller News Foundation.
DOD researchers wrote in this month’s issue of the American Journal of Public Health that the department should publicly affirm support for sex change procedures for children of military families. The researchers said that young children can be involved in making their own medical decisions, but Stanley Goldfarb, chairman of medical watchdog Do No Harm and a board-certified kidney specialist, said that the rationale behind the argument is flawed.
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