Pentagon doctor claims prescribing transgender drugs to minors can cause psychotic illness to ‘melt away’
I think that it’s more likely that when [transgender] treatments are optimized, these diagnoses start to melt away over time,’ a doctor treating adolescents at Travis Force Air Base said
FIRST ON FOX – Children taking anti-psychotic medication in the military health system for serious mental illness were later administered “gender-affirming pharmaceuticals,” according to Department of Defense health records, with one of its air base physicians claiming the gender drugs could “melt away” psychotic conditions such as a schizophrenia diagnosis.
A study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine in 2021 entitled, “Mental Healthcare Utilization of Transgender Youth Before and After Affirming Treatment,” discussed internal DoD health records from 2010-2018.
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