Intersex in the Age of Ethics Published

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20 August 1999

For Immediate Release




Intersex in the Age of Ethics, a collection edited

by Alice Domurat Dreger, has just been published by

University Press Group of Hagerstown Maryland.


"Intersex in the Age of Ethics marks the first

ISNA Establishes Medical Advisory Board; Nation’s Top Experts to Provide Guidance and Support

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The Intersex Society of North America is extremely pleased to announce the
creation of a new Medical Advisory Board whose members will offer support
and guidance in the pursuit of ISNA’s mission. The inaugural members,
who will serve a two-year term, include some of the nation’s leading
experts in pediatric endocrinology, urology, general pediatrics, nursing,

ISNA Founding Executive Director to Retire

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PETALUMA, CA July 15, 2002 - Cheryl Chase, the founding Executive Director of Intersex Society of North America (ISNA) announced that she plans to retire from her position by December 31, 2002.

ISNA makes a big splash at Creating Change 2000

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In November, ISNA staff and volunteers attended Creating Change, the annual networking and skills building conference of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force. Kim Will has assembled an online scrapbook for us.

ISNA Outeach 2004

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ISNA works hard to educate the world about intersex. Over the last 11 years of our work, we have reached millions of people through our outreach work! Here's a small sampling of what we've been up to in just the first half of this year.

Just since January 2004:

Time magazine did a feature on intersex including interviews with Debbie Hartman and Thea Hillman (ISNA board members).

The popular online newspaper Slate did a feature article on our founder and Executive Director, Cheryl Chase, and on the work of ISNA.

ISNA to Participate in Research on Quality of Life Issues, Hormone Disruptor Debate

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