The Hospital das Clínicas (HC) in São Paulo serves 380 patients in gender transition.
Of these, 280 are under 18 - 100 children from 4 to 12 years old, and 180 adolescents between 13 and 17 years old.
The information is from the G1 portal.
The treatment for gender reassignment involves blocking puberty, cross-harmonization, and sexual reassignment surgery.
The state pays for all procedures.
The site interviewed young people and their parents, who told how the procedure works and whose steps involve blocking puberty, cross-harmonization, and, in some cases, even sexual reassignment surgery.
Gustavo Queiroga, 8 years . . .
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