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Bath Uni refuses study on gender reassignment reversal surgery.

Bath Uni refuses study on gender reassignment reversal surgery.

A university has blocked research into gender reassignment reversal surgery because it is "politically incorrect", a researcher has claimed.

Psychotherapist James Caspian said his study was refused by Bath Spa University which told him "it's better not to offend people".

Mr Caspian, who works with transgender people, believes that "growing numbers" who have transitioned then regret it.

The university said it is carrying out an investigation.

Mr Caspian planned to conduct a master's degree in counselling and psychotherapy at the university.

He said as part of that he was interested in the subject of gender reassignment reversal because "recent studies show that as many as 20% of people who have had gender reassignment have regretted their decision".

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