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Mayo Clinic Study Says Puberty Blockers Cause Atrophied Testes, Fertility Issues, Casts Doubt On ‘Reversibility’

Posted on AllSides April 8th, 2024
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Boys who take puberty blockers may suffer atrophied testes and fertility issues, a new study by Mayo Clinic researchers has found, causing the authors to cast doubt about the common claim that puberty blockers are “reversible.”

The study, authored by 11 researchers at Mayo Clinic’s largest campus south of Minneapolis, looked at the effects of puberty blockers on testicular cells and function.

“We provide unprecedented histological evidence revealing detrimental pediatric testicular sex gland responses to [puberty blockers],” the study reads.

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