Thanks for publishing my photo in this piece written by @DrJudyStone, @forbes.
As a physician I agree, it’s always best to use accurate words. And, I hope the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention don’t abandon the promising work they were doing to promote transgender person health:
So nice to see @CDCgov activity to understand and support transgender communities! #NTHS2017 pic.twitter.com/2ku9TWOshp
— Ted Eytan, MD, MS, MPH (@tedeytan) November 11, 2017
Additional photos from the silent dialogue in front of U.S. Health and Human Services (@hhsgov) headquarters are below.
The Hubert Humphrey building itself has an interesting history in its neo-brutalism, which I wrote about previously:
“I will not stop until we have the right to see our own information” – Part 2 -2015
The news that 7 words are banned from the CDC will have serious public health consequences. Here’s how.Source: How CDC’s Forbidden Words Will Harm Public Health And Research
#Censorship and the @CDCgov: A Statement from the American Medical Writers Association (@AmMedWriters). Read here:… https://t.co/fcW45WyrKI