August 1, 2016
(The Telegraph) – Women having sex changes on the NHS are being given free fertility treatment so they can have children after becoming men. At least three British men who were born female are “on the brink” of becoming parents using fertility techniques, a leading expert has said. In most cases, eggs are being frozen at NHS clinics before surgery or hormone therapy, so they can later be implanted into a surrogate mother.
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