Missouri clinic accused of using experimental drugs on children
KARAH RUCKER: A WHISTLEBLOWER’S ALLEGATIONS OF A MISSOURI TRANSGENDER CLINIC USING EXPERIMENTAL DRUGS ON CHILDREN HAS SPARKED A STATE-LED INVESTIGATION.
THE STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL CONFIRMING A FULL INVESTIGATION OF THE CLINIC IS CURRENTLY UNDERWAY — AND ANNOUNCING THE OFFICE HAS ALREADY RECEIVED DOCUMENTS THAT SUPPORT THE WHISTLEBLOWER’S ALLEGATIONS.
STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL ANDREW BAILEY HAS PUBLICLY RELEASED THE WHISTLEBLOWER’S LAUNDRY LIST OF ACCUSATIONS.
THEY INCLUDE USING EXPERIMENTAL DRUGS ON CHILDREN. DISTRIBUTING PUBERTY BLOCKERS AND CROSS-SEX HORMONES WITHOUT INDIVIDUALLY ASSESSING THE UNDERAGE PATIENTS. GIVING CHILDREN LIFE-ALTERING DRUGS WITHOUT PARENTAL CONSENT.
AND ACCORDING TO THE A-G — THEY HAVE EVIDENCE THAT THE TRANSGENDER CLINIC HAS BEEN UNLAWFULLY BILLING STATE TAXPAYERS TO FUND THESE ACTIONS.
ANDREW BAILEY | MISSOURI ATTORNEY GENERAL: “We have received disturbing allegations that individuals at the Transgender Center at St. Louis Children’s Hospital have been harming hundreds of children each year, including by using experimental drugs on them. We take this evidence seriously and are thoroughly investigating to make sure children are not harmed by individuals who may be more concerned with a radical social agenda than the health of children.”
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