Forever Young: Can Stunting Thr Growth of a Disabled Child Ever Be a Good Thing?
New Scientist 2007 January 13-19; 193(2586): 3
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Making Someone Child-Sized Forever: Ethical Considerations in Inhibiting the Growth of a Developmentally Disabled Child Schmidt, Eric B. (2007-03)In a recent case, parents of a profoundly developmentally disabled child asked physicians to use high-dose oestrogen to inhibit the growth of their child in the interests of allowing better care of her as she ages. The ...