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Nature doesn’t draw the line… session in collaboration with EPATH - Session Highlights
ISSM University. Speakers S. Jul 11, 2018; 224081
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Highlights from the session Nature doesn't draw the line... session in collaboration with EPATH include presentations:

"Non-binary genders: Past-present-future" by Dr. Timo Nieder
"Being non-binary trans in Europe: Treatment experiences and requests" by Dr. Joz Motmans
"DSD - The role of the mental health professional" by Dr. Tim van de Grift
"DSD - The role of the endocrinologist" by Dr. Syed Faisal Ahmed
"DSD - The role of the surgeon" by Dr. Ronald Lewis
"DSD - The patient’s viewpoint – what should be done better?" by Kitty Anderson

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