Norman P. Spack
Dr. Norman P. Spack is an American pediatric endocrinologist at Children's Hospital Boston, where he co-founded the hospital's Gender Management Service (GeMS) Clinic in February 2007. He is an internationally known specialist in treatment for intersexed and transgender youth, and is one of the only doctors in the world who prescribes hormone replacement therapy to minors.
Spack has been consulted to discuss trans medical issues, often specifically pediatric in focus, in media outlets such as 20/20, Time, The Atlantic, and National Public Radio. He wrote the foreword of the 2008 book The Transgender Child: A Handbook for Families and Professionals.
- "New clinic addresses intersex and gender issues", Pediatric Views, April 2007. Retrieved on 21 December 2008.
- Kennedy, Pagan. "Q&A with Norman Spack", The Boston Globe, 30 March 2008. Retrieved on 21 December 2008.
- Goldberg, Alan B.. "Born in the wrong body", ABC 20/20, 25 April 2007. Retrieved on 21 December 2008.
- Fitzpatrick, Laura. "The gender conundrum", Time, 8 November 2007. Retrieved on 21 December 2008.
- Rosin, Hanna. "A Boy's Life", The Atlantic, November 2008. Retrieved on 21 December 2008.
- Spiegel, Alix. "Q&A: Doctors on puberty-delaying treatments", National Public Radio, 8 May 2008. Retrieved on 21 December 2008.
- Spiegel, Alix. "Parents consider treatment to delay son's puberty", National Public Radio, 8 May 2008. Retrieved on 21 December 2008.
- Going Female | WBUR and NPR's On Point with Tom Ashbrook
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