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Science AMA Series: We are two medical professionals and the transgender patient advocate from Fenway Health in Boston. We are passionate about the importance of gender-affirming care to promote overall health in this population. Ask us anything about hormone therapy, surgery, and primary care!

Hi reddit! We are Dr. Julie Thompson, Dr. Alexis Drutchas, and trans patient advocate, Cei Lambert, and we work at Fenway Health in Boston. Fenway is a large community health center dedicated to th...

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Transgender Health AMA Series: I'm Dr. Johanna Olson-Kennedy, Medical Director of the Center for Transyouth Health and Development at Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles. I'm here to answer your questions on patient care for transyouth! AMA!

Hi reddit, my name is Dr. Johanna Olson-Kennedy, and I have spent the last 11 years working with gender non-conforming and transgender children, adolescents and young adults. I am the Medical Direc...

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Science AMA Series: I’m Dr. Robert N. Shelton, president of the Giant Magellan Telescope Organization (GMTO). I’m here with my colleague Dr. Patrick McCarthy, director of GMTO and eminent astrophysicist, to talk about what it takes to build the world’s largest telescope. AMA!

Hi Redditors, we are Robert N. Shelton and Patrick McCarthy, and we’re here to talk about what it takes to build the world’s largest telescope with all of you today. The Giant Magellan Telescope (G...

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Science AMA Series: We are Dr. Debbie Cory-Slechta, acting chair of Environmental Medicine, and Dr. Katrina Korfmacher, policy scientist and lead exposure expert, both at the University of Rochester Medical Center. We are here to answer your questions about lead exposure and health risks. AMA!

Hi, Reddit! I’m Debbie Cory-Slechta, Ph.D., acting chair and professor of Environmental Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center in Rochester (URMC), New York. My lab conducts researc...

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I'm Roger Lemon, a just-retired Professor of Neurophysiology at the Institute of Neurology, UCL. I do research on understanding the cerebral control of hand and finger movements in humans and in non-human primate models and I’m here today to talk about it. AMA!

Hi Reddit, My name is Roger Lemon, I am a just-retired Professor of Neurophysiology at the Institute of Neurology, UCL, where I worked for 22 years, after university posts in Sheffield, Melbourne,...

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