Top Swedish Doctors blow whistle on trans puberty-suppressing drugs affecting children’s bones: ‘Experimental’

‘My son shouldn’t be this way at his age,’ a mother whose son developed osteopenia after taking puberty blockers, said

Swedish doctors at a top medical school released a systemic review of available medical literature on providing puberty blockers to children, and said its use for treating gender dysphoria should be considered “experimental.”

Doctors at the Karolinska Institute, ranked as a top 15 medical school in Europe, published an article in Acta Paediatrica on April 17, which was partly funded by an independent Swedish governmental agency tasked with assessing methods used in healthcare and making recommendations. The review analyzed thousands of studies, and focused on those without significant bias. 

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