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Bill to ban cosmetic genital surgeries on intersex infants delayed. Doctors opposed it

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A bill to ban cosmetic surgeries on children born with atypical genitalia was shelved for the year before California lawmakers could vote on it amid opposition from doctors who said medical decisions should be left up to parents.

Similar legislation is being considered in other states, but the effort by

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