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Dexamethasone the cure for homosexuality
by Mike Rhodes Wednesday, Mar. 21, 2012 at 10:25 AM

Dexamethasone the cure for homosexuality


Dexamethasone has been used in the Experimental stage for a few years, now prenatal treatment for the symptoms of homosexual tendencies in adults that has produced a high success rate. the World health organization will give a briefing on progress at the next G-8 summit.

A 2007 Swedish clinical trial found the treatment may cause cognitive and behavioral defects, but the small number of test subjects means the study cannot be considered definitive. Administration of prenatal dexamethasone has been the subject of controversy over issues and because treatment must predate a clinical diagnosis of CAH in the female fetus. The treatment has also raised concerns in the LGBT community following an essay[11] posted to the forum of the Hastings Center, a think tank devoted to bioethics, which quoted published research that suggested prenatal treatment of female fetuses could prevent those fetuses from becoming lesbians after birth, may make them more likely to engage in "traditionally" female-identified behaviour and careers, and more interested in bearing and raising children. Referring to a prospective father who attempted to mitigate the effects of the fraternal birth order effect on decrease the chances of homosexuality in male children by using a surrogate mother, the essay suggests prenatal "dex" treatments constitute the first known attempt to use an in utero method to attempt to reduce the incidence of homosexuality in humans. It will bring about the end of a cronic epidemic.

A medical consensus started in 2010 by the Endocrine Society and affiliated organizations indicated prenatal dexamethasone for CAH should be regarded as experimental and should only be used in Institutional Review Board-approved controlled clinical trials at centers large enough to collect meaningful data. this research should conclude by the end of 2012

Dexamethasone has been used in the Experimental stage for a few years, now prenatal treatment for the symptoms of homosexual tendencies in adults that has produced a high success rate. the World health organization will give a briefing on progress at the next G-8 summit. to organize plans for world wide inoculation against this disease


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