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Intersex children in New Zealand are routinely undergoing unnecessary surgery – that needs to change

By Claire Breen, Professor of Law, University of Waikato
Katrina Roen, Professor of Sociology, University of Waikato
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With no clear biomedical basis for most early surgery on intersex children, interventions should be postponed until a child is competent to decide for themselves.

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