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Hazzard to ‘seek advice’ on child gender clinics

15 September 2022

7:00 AM

15 September 2022

7:00 AM

More than a year after child gender clinics in Europe began re-thinking puberty blockers and irreversible surgery for gender-confused children, questions are finally being asked publicly of an Australian health minister.

Labor member of the New South Wales Upper House member Greg Donnelly told a Budget Estimates hearing in Sydney last week he had ‘grave concerns’ about a NSW child gender clinic after speaking with families and clinicians, the ABC reported yesterday.

Speaking of the Maple Leaf House facility attached to Newcastle’s John Hunter Hospital, Donnelly told the Parliamentary hearing:

‘I have been informed that only after two to three medical appointments, they (children) are moved...

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