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Should Minors Have the Right to Refuse Chemotherapy?

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A Connecticut teen suffering from Hodgkin lymphoma is fighting the state for her right to refuse chemotherapy treatment, according to a report in The New York Daily News.

The 17-year-old, identified only as Cassandra, underwent two chemo treatments. She then ran away from home to avoid further treatment. Cassandra is reportedly now in temporary state custody and being forced to undergo more chemotherapy for her condition.

Her mother, who supports Cassandra’s decision, says her daughter does not want to “put poison into her body.”

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America’s foremost holistic health practitioner, David Brownstein, M.D., has studied cancer for decades. He reports that nearly everyone has cancer cells in their body at various times during their life. The trick is to avoid letting those cells multiply and overwhelm your body’s natural defenses.

Fortunately, Dr. Brownstein has identified 5 key signs that could indicate you will be diagnosed with cancer during your lifetime. To help as many people as possible fight back against this deadly disease, Dr. Brownstein has released a video presentation highlighting these 5 signs you could get cancer.



The good news is that you and your loved ones do not need to become victims of cancer. With the life-saving strategies revealed on Dr. Brownstein’s compelling video, you will see 7 simple steps to prevent cancer from ravaging your body. You will also discover how to help your body kill cancer cells without chemotherapy. Plus, you’ll find easy ways to avoid known cancer-causing factors.

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A Connecticut teen suffering from Hodgkin lymphoma is fighting the state for her right to refuse chemotherapy treatment, according to a report in The New York Daily News. The 17-year-old, identified only as Cassandra, underwent two chemo treatments. She then ran away from...
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