5 Oct, 2021
Court of Appeal rules that doctors, not judges, know best whether trans kids should be prescribed puberty blockers
We are delighted that the Court of Appeal has overturned the decision of the High Court in the case of Bell v Tavistock. You can find more detail about the history of the case, which has for the past nine months effectively stopped puberty blocking treatment for trans children on the NHS, on our blog. In a nutshell In a scathing judgment, the Court of Appeal has ruled that the High Court was wrong to require transgender children to understand the implications of potential future trea...
16 Sep, 2021
The Department of Health has announced plans to modernise UK law on egg, sperm and embryo storage. NGA Law and Brilliant Beginnings welcome the reform proposals, which look set to simplify the law and enable more fertility patients to store genetic material in the UK for longer. There are many reasons why fertility patients in the UK store eggs, sperm or embryos, including: Adults and children facing treatment for cancer (or other medical conditions) which will affect their...
Read our blog on the Court of Appeal ruling in Bell v Tavistock and its implications https://t.co/IczEd9yZVk
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