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Bell and Mrs A versus The Tavistock, December 2020.

A travesty for trans youth in the UK.

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December’s ruling against the Tavistock, which made access to puberty blockers for trans youth even more of a challenge, has left parents of trans youth terrified.

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People have been left asking one simple question:

How can it be that, based on the evidence presented to them, the judge was not convinced that the UK’s national healthcare provider was able to provide safe care?

 

 At GenderGP we not only provide healthcare to the trans community – people of all ages, wherever they are in the world – we are firm advocates, committed to mending a broken system.

We have analysed the case, what went wrong, and what the implications are.

The following documents cover all the necessary facts, history, and medical evidence you need to understand what’s happening

Latest News

Tavi Appeal

Parental Consent Determination

March 2021

After The Ruling

December 2020

What now for trans youth?

What’s next

Should trans youth be affirmed?

Check out the evidence

Latest News

Parental Consent Determination

March 2021

What happened?

GenderGP Response

Other Responses

Mrs A and Bell V Tavistock

December 2020

What happened?

Why did it happen?

GenderGP Response

Other Responses

The High Court says puberty blockers are ‘experimental’, but evidence proves they can save trans kids’ lives: Dr Helen Webberley for Pink News

The High Court says puberty blockers are ‘experimental’, but evidence proves they can save trans kids’ lives: Dr Helen Webberley for Pink News

Dr Helen Webberley of private trans healthcare clinic GenderGP reflects on the landmark High Court ruling on puberty blockers and the “abundance” of evidence they benefit trans youth. If a patient feels that the treatment they received from a doctor or hospital fell...

What now for Trans Youth?

Letter to Dr James Palmer Medical Director for NHS Specialised Services

Letter to Dr James Palmer Medical Director for NHS Specialised Services

James Palmer Medical Director for NHS Specialised Services NHS England, PO Box 16738, Redditch, B97 9PT By email to: james******1@nhs.net, england.contactus@nhs.net 22 December 2020   Dear Dr Palmer, We write to you as you are the Medical Director for NHS...

Evidence supporting affirmative care