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Topic - Den Trumbull
"Spontaneous and assisted change is possible," and if a teen's sexual-orientation confusion is not encouraged or validated, in the vast majority of cases, he or she "will return to heterosexual orientation," said Dr. Trumbull, who has a pediatrics practice in Alabama.
"That's where we would disagree. Major, major disagreement," said Dr. Den Trumbull, president of the American College of Pediatricians, which was formed in 2002 as an alternative to AAP over its policy on gay adoption.