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The Mayo Clinic study suggests that puberty blockers could lead to significant testicular atrophy in young biological males.

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Mayo Clinic study sounds the alarm that puberty blockers may inflict irreversible harm on boys, possible cancer link

A groundbreaking study from the renowned Mayo Clinic has revealed that puberty blockers may have irreversible harm on boys – the exact opposite message that transgender activists perpetuate. The study casts doubt on the safety of so-called "gender-affirming care," and presents a possible link to cancer with puberty blockers.

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