Puberty Blockers Cause Infertility And Are Given Out ‘Like Candy,’ According To Gender Clinic Director

  • The director of the pediatric gender clinic at Boston Children’s Hospital admitted that puberty blockers cause infertility and are given out to children “like candy” to a “skyrocketing” number of new patients in a recently uncovered video conference.
  • Dr. Jeremi Carswell, a pediatric endocrinologist and current director of Boston Children’s Hospital GeMS (Gender Management Service), spoke of the permanent loss of fertility and unregulated frequency at which puberty-blocking drugs are administered to children at a 2020 Advancing Excellence in Transgender Health (AETH) conference.
  • “I ended it at 2017 because we’ve pretty much maxed out on our capacity to see patients,” said Carswell. “It’s pretty much the same for 2018 and 2019, as far as I know. For 2020, we did a little bit of rearranging about how we did things, so I expect that number to go higher.”
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