Hormone therapy decision-making processes: Transgender youth and parents.

@article{Clark2020HormoneTD,
  title={Hormone therapy decision-making processes: Transgender youth and parents.},
  author={Beth A. Clark and Sheila K. Marshall and Elizabeth M. Saewyc},
  journal={Journal of adolescence},
  year={2020},
  volume={79},
  pages={
          136-147
        }
}

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