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COVID-19 Update:Learn more about how we are protecting our patients, families and staff, as well as other important facts about COVID-19. Covers Puberty Study Led by Children's Expert

December 14, 2015
A new study published in Pediatrics, led by Paul Kaplowitz, MD, PhD, Center for Hospital-Based Specialties, found that early sexual development doesn't necessarily require special hormone-related evaluation. Dr. Kaplowitz said, "the good news is that most kids with some early signs of puberty just have a variant of normal growth," and that of the children evaluated, only a small percentage "have true precocious puberty."

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