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News: UK

Wed 22 Jan, 2014
By Robert Ingham


He will be looking at alleged cures for homosexuality and the treatments out there

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Dr Christian Jennsen, of Embarrassing Bodies fame is to test 'gay cures' on TV.

But before you start reaching for the "condemn" button on your Twitter accounts, it's for a new show called "Cure Me, I'm Gay". He will be looking at alleged cures for homosexuality and the treatments out there, some of which are highly questionable and extremely dangerous.

Christian will be the guinea pig, undergoing intensive treatment and will then be tested afterwards to see if it's had any effect at all.



"Cure Me, I'm Gay" will be aired on Channel 4 later this year.

 

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