Transphobia In Health Care; U.S. Life Spans Fall Behind Europe : Here & Now A recent report from the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank, finds that nearly half of transgender people in the U.S have been mistreated by a health care provider. Calvin Gilbert, a nurse practitioner, shares what it's like to be both a provider and an advocate for transgender issues in medicine. And, we speak with Derek Thompson, staff writer at The Atlantic, about his latest piece on U.S. life spans, which have fallen behind Europe.

Transphobia In Health Care; U.S. Life Spans Fall Behind Europe

Transphobia In Health Care; U.S. Life Spans Fall Behind Europe

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A recent report from the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank, finds that nearly half of transgender people in the U.S have been mistreated by a health care provider. Calvin Gilbert, a nurse practitioner, shares what it's like to be both a provider and an advocate for transgender issues in medicine.

And, we speak with Derek Thompson, staff writer at The Atlantic, about his latest piece on U.S. life spans, which have fallen behind Europe.

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