Gender dysphoria: An inquiry could be harmful, RACP says

The college calls instead for a new framework that will improve access to services
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The RACP has rejected calls for a national inquiry into the treatment of gender dysphoria in children and teenagers, saying it would further harm vulnerable trans and gender-diverse patients.

Instead, it is calling on the Federal Government to develop a national framework to improve access to treatment, particularly for youth in rural and regional areas who cannot easily access services.