The Killer Side Effects of Trans Treatments

Jul 28, 2018 by

by Tony Perkins, FRC:

We’ve all heard the lie that indulging someone’s gender confusion is the compassionate response. But according to a new study, it might also be a deadly one.

In a stunning research project — so large and credible that even the mainstream media can’t ignore it — doctors are finally exposing the dangers of transgenderism. And in a culture racing to redefine the sexes, not a moment too soon. Of course, we know how emotionally destructive the treatment can be from the testimonies of people who regret it. But pumping your body full of hormones is just as devastating physically, Kaiser Health warns.

In a study of 5,000 people who identify as transgender, men trying to become women were 80 to 90 percent more likely to have a stroke or heart attack. They also had a higher risk of blood clots from the estrogen. That’s an astounding level of risk for anyone, let alone these patients, who are choosing to create an imbalance in their system. “This is the largest study of the health of transgender individuals on hormone therapy ever done,” one of the authors, Dr. Darios Getahun, told NBC News. “Doctors and patients need to be aware of the possibility for increased health risks for transgender women.”

Until now, FRC’s Cathy Ruse points out, researchers assumed that the effect of estrogen treatments on transwomen (biological men) was the same as on real women (in menopause). But of course that requires suspending belief in reality and science — and pretending that men who wish they were women have male bodies that are no different than female bodies. How ironic, Cathy says, that “this study shows how much male-female biological differences really do matter — medical treatments that are beneficial to one sex can be detrimental to another.” The transgender agenda is putting these men at risk, and they deserve to know the truth about the harmful health risks that hormone “transitioning” poses for them.

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