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The Cass Review, commissioned by England's NHS, finds medical evidence for adolescent gender care to be 'remarkably weak' with unclear long-term outcomes.

Recent findings from the Cass Review, led by Dr. Hilary Cass and commissioned by England's National Health Service, highlight the insufficient medical evidence supporting gender care for young people. The report emphasizes the need for better care for those with gender dysphoria but identifies a significant gap in understanding the long-term impacts of such treatments.