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FAIR in Medicine is a nonpartisan professional network dedicated to advancing the highest ethical standards in medical practice, and to promoting a common medical culture based on critical thinking and the pursuit of excellence in all medical endeavors.


Advocate for fulfilling the universal need for compassionate and excellent medical care, supporting the highest standards of training, research, and practice necessary for patients and physicians to flourish.

Defend physicians who are threatened or persecuted for raising concerns about patient safety, weakening of medical education standards, unethical research and practice, or any medical pursuit tainted by identity politics.

Support the scientific method and rigorous inquiry in the search for objective truth, and promote a culture of respectful, open debate. We commit to learning from past errors and progress in order to provide the best possible outcome for each patient.

Affirm the dignity of each individual seeking medical care, and that such care should be provided without regard to ethnicity, skin color, sex and gender, or sexual orientation.

Underscore that all patients deserve a patient-physician relationship built on mutual respect and trust.

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Is the AAP Placing Its Own Members at Risk?

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Gender Healthcare Policy Map

FAIR’s Gender Healthcare Policy Map is a resource of aggregated information affecting gender modification interventions for minors in the United States.

FAIR aims to update this resource in a timely manner. If you have additional information or comments, please contact us at [email protected].

Open Letter in Support of Dr. Kenneth Zucker and the Need to Promote Robust Scientific Debate

*Sponsored by FAIR in Medicine

We, the undersigned signatories, are expressing our support for Dr. Kenneth Zucker, an academically robust and unbiased editorial process at the Archives of Sexual Behavior, and uninterrupted publication of “Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria: Parent Reports on 1655 Possible Cases” by Diaz and Bailey. We condemn and reject the censorious demands being directed at Springer Nature, the company that publishes Archives of Sexual Behavior, that this paper be retracted, and that the editor of the journal, Dr. Zucker, be sanctioned for allowing the paper’s publication. The appropriate action is to have an open debate about the paper—not to silence those whose views one finds disagreeable.

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