Does GenderGP provide puberty blockers to people as young as 10?

In accordance with current NHS practice, transgender youth are eligible for treatment at the start of puberty (Tanner stage 2), at which stage puberty blockers can be given to prevent the development of secondary sex characteristics such as a broken voice or facial hair and masculine skeletal development in trans girls; and breast development and periods in trans boys. Tanner stage two can begin as early as eight years of age.