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New Clinical Guidelines Address Gender Dysphoria in Autism

New guidelines recommend that teens seeking treatment at gender clinics be screened for autism and that those with autism be screened for gender concerns. John Strang, PsyD, Center for Neuroscience and Behavioral Medicine, helped to develop the guidelines and comments on how individuals experience gender dysphoria when their biological sex and gender do not match and how autism among transgendered individuals is higher than in the general population. 

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