With chemotherapy, Daniel Hauser has a 90 percent chance of surviving his, according to his cancer doctor. And without it?
So what's their reasoning?
So this is their religious beliefs? Not exactly.
So why exactly are they so eager to endanger their son's life?
All right, so let's hear about this group, the Nemanahs. This is some sort of Native American group, with centuries of accumulated wisdom and knowledge of natural healing techniques, right?
Who is this Landis fellow?
Wait for it. . . . .
OH! there it is! Shoulda seen that coming!
Good point, except NO ONE DIES FROM CHEMO!
If only this group could get a little crazier. . . . .
This is Minnesota, right? At least now I understand who's voting for Michelle Bachmann.
Judge rules family can't refuse chemo for boy
MINNEAPOLIS – A Minnesota judge ruled Friday that a 13-year-oldmust be evaluated by a doctor to determine if the boy would benefit from restarting chemotherapy over his parents' objections.
In a 58-page ruling, Brown County District Judge John Rodenberg found that Daniel Hauser has been "medically neglected" by his parents, Colleen and Anthony Hauser, and was in need of child protection services.
Finally, some one with some sense has stepped in!