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re·as·sign·ment

(rē-ă-sīn'mĕnt),
Redirection of attributes or properties; transfer of patients from one care provider or facility to another.
[re- + assignment]

re·as·sign·ment

(rēă-sīnmĕnt)
Redirection of attributes or properties; transfer of patients from one care provider or facility to another.
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In general, treatment centers require the patient to be an adult, but some allow sex reassignment for adolescents.
In the Seventh Circuit, ADA reassignment controversy has primarily concerned whether and when ADA reassignment should trump an employer's best-qualified selection policy.
Although the updated offerings have Aetna broadening the cover for gender reassignment surgery, it had started it in a limited way in 2009 itself for the sake of employees and contracting companies as part of a benefits package, claimed Aetna spokeswoman Cynthia Michener.
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the individual and his or her co-resident family members (or guardians) provide written informed consent to the sex reassignment surgery.
courts of appeals have been ordering reassignment for more than half a
If all reassignment meant was the opportunity to compete for a vacancy, there would be no accommodation at all," says Christopher Kuczynski, assistant legal counsel for the EEOC and director of the agency's ADA division.
In July 2001, Ellaborn and a second psychotherapist recommended gender reassignment surgery.
On her 2001 tax return, O'Donnabhain claimed a medical expense deduction under IRC [section] 213 for $21,741, including $14,495 for the genital sex reassignment surgery; $4,500 for the breast augmentation; and $382 for the hormonal therapy.
But among the usual questions about religion, gender, sexual orientation and disability was the question about gender reassignment Of the 4,662 people who answered the question, 300 said they had already had or were having a sex change.
In a landmark decision, the High Court yesterday urged the Dail to review laws on gender reassignment - or face action from Strasbourg courts.
The reassignment was "met with surprise and disapproval by many at that paper and at the Daily News," according to Daily News columnist Dan Gross, who first reported the reassignment.