Pentagon doctors claim 7-year-olds can make decisions to be injected with hormones, puberty suppressants
The DoD doctors claimed 7-year-olds are capable of ‘medical decision-making’
FIRST ON FOX – Health providers at U.S. military bases, some of whom are involved in treating military-connected minors, blasted the idea of waiting before injecting kids diagnosed with gender dysphoria with puberty blockers and hormones.
The DoD providers said in the March edition of the American Journal of Public Health that the only pathway for children of military members who present with gender dysphoria symptoms is to immediately move towards “gender-affirming health care, such as puberty suppression and affirming hormones.”
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