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So, how would I go about finding a research(er/group)? If I had money, connections, loved ones, will, or some kind of response to the various treatments I have had over the course of my life, there wouldn't be a need or desire to go this far ...
... I don't need a limb pushed onto me that I don't want.
The aim of hormone therapy is to make you more comfortable with yourself, both in your physical appearance and how you feel psychologically (mentally). These hormones start the process of changing your body into one that is more female or more male, depending on your gender identity. Hormone therapy may be all the treatment you need to enable you to live with your gender dysphoria. The hormones may improve how you feel and mean that you do not need to start living in your preferred gender or have surgery.
... I would rather my body be of use than for me to just discard it ... all I want to know is how to donate my body for medical use; I have no more need or want for it. That. Is. All.
The circumstances required to save organs are so rare that of the 2.5 million deaths in America each year, only 10,000 to 12,000 people -- less than half a percent -- are able to become donors
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