Worcester Medicine Publishes “The Line Between Help and Harm: The Medical Consensus of Conversion Therapy for LGBTQ Minors” by Jen Garner

The Worcester District Medical Society published an article by Jen Garner in the January/February edition of its bimonthly publication, Worcester Medicine. In her article, Jen clarifies the commonly misunderstood distinction between biological sex, gender identity and gender expression. Jen’s article also discusses the modern medical consensus surrounding “conversion therapy” and current Massachusetts legislation aimed at banning the practice.

You can read “The Line Between Help and Harm: The Medical Consensus of Conversion Therapy for LGBTQ Minors” on page 19 of the January/February issue of Worcester Medicine on the Worcester District Medical Society’s website.

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