A memo out of the Internal Revenue Service's Office of Chief Counsel makes the case that gender reassignment surgery cannot be deducted as a medical expense for tax purposes.
The case, involving male-to-female gender reassignment surgery, is currently under consideration by the IRS Office of Appeals, which requested advice on the matter in February 2005.
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