CQC is investigating after BBC says some intersex patients and their families were not given psychological care before irreversible surgery
Great Ormond Street hospital is failing to meet national standards and guidelines of care for intersex patients, it has been claimed.
NHS regulator, the Care Quality Commission, is investigating after the BBC said it found that some intersex patients and their families were not provided with any psychological care before irreversible surgery at the world famous hospital.
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