Baylor doctors performed transgender procedures on children after hospital announced a pause
A hospital connected to the Baylor College of Medicine is under investigation by Texas authorities after a whistleblower report showed that it provided cross-sex hormones, puberty blockers and transgender surgeries to children despite previously stating that it would stop.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton launched the probe, but was impeached by the Texas House of Representatives on May 27 for unrelated allegations over bribery and abuse of public trust, which he disputes. While Paxton is suspended and awaits his trial in the state senate, Gov. Greg Abbott is expected to appoint an interim replacement, who could continue the investigation into the med school.
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