Transgender teen care 'needs urgent regulation' Young transgender people are being let down by the "terrible" quality of evidence underpinning their treatment and care, a leading researcher warns.
Prof Carl Heneghan, from Oxford University, said there was an "urgent" need for a new regulator in the field.
He said much more "rigorous" and "robust" research was needed into the effects of drugs given to young transgender people.
But the Department of Health says it has no plans to create a new regulator. BBC News