I'm currently reading this book I spotted mentioned in a comments section I read. I bought it on Kindle for £3.49 on Amazon UK but hard copies are available too.
I'm only part way into it but there are a lot of parallels to be drawn with the gender medical industry and experimental treatments on children.
I think a lot of people here would find it both interesting and disturbing that the medical industry clearly haven't learned any lessons.
The authors are Susan Cohen and Christine Cosgrove and it was published in 2009. Below is the brief synopsis;
A report on the decades during which the medical community responded to parental fears about their children's heights reveals the non-FDA-approved, largely experimental treatments to which children were questionably subjected to make them taller or shorter, often with significant consequences.