Dr. Kristine Coons is a transgender/intersex physician practicing in internal medicine in Spokane, WA. She is married to her wife of 20+ years with 4 children on the autism spectrum. She is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints and grew up as a member of the church. Kristine shares her journey of faith, learning and discovery.
She continues to advocate for transgender health and is a member of the Trans+Health Workgroup in her medical system. Kristine has spent considerable time studying genetics and in particular their relationship to gender dysphoria and differences of sexual development. She advocates for the caring, understanding and respect of all transgender and nonbinary individuals.
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