Majority of females with a life-long experience of CAH and parents do not consider females with CAH to be intersex.

  title={Majority of females with a life-long experience of CAH and parents do not consider females with CAH to be intersex.},
  author={Konrad M. Szymański and Richard C. Rink and Benjamin M. Whittam and Devon J. Hensel},
  journal={Journal of pediatric urology},
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