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Johns Hopkins researchers find minimal regret after gender affirming surgery

Three Johns Hopkins researchers published an article in JAMA Surgery calling on the medical community to reject the widely held but unsupported belief that many transgender and gender diverse people regret their decision to undergo gender affirming surgery (GAS). After an extensive review of medical literature, they found that less than 1% of these patients express regret. They suggested using a tool called Gender-Q and waiting at least a year after surgery to assess regret.

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