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New foundation aims to fast track hormones and surgery for trans-identified person without gender dysphoria diagnosis

GALAP believes anyone who reads about transgender medical care on the internet—with or without the guidance of medical professionals—is capable of providing informed consent to hormones and surgeries.
Amy Eileen Hamm
Amy Eileen Hamm Montreal, QC

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