Do-it-yourself sex-change drugs sold without prescription to kids

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

Published reports in the United Kingdom are warning about do-it-yourself sex change prescription drugs that are being sold, without prescriptions, to children.

The Christian Institute cited a Sunday Times review of those purchases to reveal the existence of online purveyors of drugs that alter hormone levels.

It reported United Pharmacies, a Hong Kong-based corporation, “does not require a medical evaluation to have taken place before dispensing drugs in plain packaging disguised as body care products.”

The report explained, “The newspaper was able to order drugs within minutes on the website, without providing any proof of age or a prescription, and the drugs were delivered within five days.”

The report noted the Royal Pharmaceutical Society has determined that using those chemicals could cause “serious harm” to young people.

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