by Ryan Foley in The Christian Post
A group of medical associations is refuting claims that questioning the ethics of performing sex change surgeries on children and teens will lead to threats against hospitals and physicians that perform such body-mutilating procedures.
Led by the American College of Pediatricians and the Catholic Medical Association, leaders of a group of medical associations sent a letter to the American Medical Association, the Children’s Hospital Association, and the American Academy of Pediatrics on Friday, urging child advocates within the medical community to embrace science rather than ideology.
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Other signatories included the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, the Christian Medical and Dental Associations, the Coalition for Jewish Values Healthcare Council, the Coptic Medical Association of North America, and the National Association of Catholic Nurses, USA.
The letter comes nearly a month after its intended recipients urged U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to investigate “the organizations, individuals, and entities coordinating, provoking, and carrying out bomb threats of personal violence against children’s hospitals and physicians across the U.S.” The Oct. 3 letter to the DOJ claimed that “from Boston to Akron to Nashville to Seattle, children’s hospitals, academic health systems, and physicians are being targeted and threatened for providing evidence-based health care.”
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