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Offline AnneK

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I came across this article, which may help some people in Ontario:

Ontario doctors who have a moral or religious objection to treatments such as assisted dying, contraception or abortions must refer patients to another doctor who can provide the service, after a court found it is necessary to guarantee that vulnerable patients can access the care they need.

So, if a doctor does not want to provide trans services, then they MUST refer you to another doctor who will perform the service.

The Star/By Paola LoriggioThe Canadian Press
Wed., Jan. 31, 2018
« Last Edit: October 13, 2018, 07:56:52 pm by stephaniec »
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