Reports show that Boston Children’s Hospital, which was shamed last year for performing sterilization, genital mutilation, and chemical castration on “transgender” youngsters, has lost its crown as America’s best pediatric hospital for the first time in a decade.
U.S. News & World Report has consistently ranked Boston Children’s Hospital as the finest pediatric hospital in the country since 2014. The Boston-based university used to be the top beneficiary of NIH money for pediatric-research projects, but it was dethroned on the 21st of June by the consumer-ranking giant’s 2023-2024 list.
The Children’s Hospital Medical Center of Cincinnati has risen to the top of the rankings, moving Boston Children’s Hospital down to second place.
An annual U.S. News & World Report poll examined patient safety, clinical results, and surgical effectiveness at over 200 medical institutions. Fifteen thousand pediatric experts were polled nationally to determine each hospital’s ranking.
The first pediatric and teenage transgender health service in the United States is located at Boston Children’s Hospital at the Gender Multispecialty Service (GeMS) clinic. GeMS has grown to “treat” kids who are just three years old and aided over a thousand families thus far.
Boston Children’s Hospital has since secretly lowered the age minimum for surgical mutilation, such as vaginoplasties for teen boys. p=Phalloplasties, Metoidioplasties, chest reconstruction, and breast augmentation for 15-year-olds are all available at the hospital’s Center for Gender Surgery for gender-dysphoric teenagers.
Patients between the ages of 17 and 35 are considered appropriate candidates for vaginoplasty, a treatment that creates a pseudo-vagina from an inverted penis at Boston Children’s Hospital.
The hospital’s official guidelines have been updated to include anyone aged 18 and above. It is common practice to remove both testicles during vasectomy, which will render the patient infertile due to the need for permanent dilatation of the “vaginal” hole.
According to reports, evidence suggests that up to 98 percent of children who experience gender dysphoria will grow out of what has been termed a “transient phase.” However, the long-term and irreversible effects of hormones with the potential to cause sterility are devastating.