Several medical professionals are pushing back against a recent claim made by Assistant Secretary of Health Rachel Levine, who said that “there is no argument” about gender-affirming care among medical professionals who specialize in those under 18.
They told Fox News that many of their colleagues fear speaking out publicly against transgender ideology over concerns of professional and personal retaliation.
Medical professionals, including the Florida Department of Health, took issue with Levine’s claim.
In April, citing a number of peer-reviewed studies and a “lack of conclusive evidence, and the potential for long-term, irreversible effects,” Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo released a fact sheet advising against the HHS’s list of potential treatment options for young Americans with gender dysphoria.
In an interview with NPR last month, Levine, who is a transgender female, said “there is no argument among medical professionals – pediatricians, pediatric endocrinologists,
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