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Clements, CA 95227-0313 USA
The Ambiguous Genitalia Support Network (AGSN) is a voluntary health organization consisting of affected individuals, parents, other family members, and professionals. Established in 1994, the Ambiguous Genitalia Support Network is dedicated to providing information, assistance, and support to families of children diagnosed with ambiguous genitalia. Ambiguous genitalia are those in which it is difficult to classify the infant as male or female. The group/network is made up of parents, families, and professionals, all with the common goal of making educated and informed decisions about children's health, medical care, and well-being related to intersex conditions.
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