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Should States Be Allowed To Make Health Decisions For Your Children?

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Scroll Down, America's leading independent news service, is conducting an urgent national online poll about States being allowed to make health decisions on behalf of parents for their children. 

A Connecticut teen suffering from Hodgkin lymphoma is fighting the state for her right to refuse chemotherapy treatment, according to a reports.

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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1) Should States be allowed to make health decisions for your children?

2) Do you agree with the State requiring chemo treatment for children who refuse it?

3) Should the government be allowed to force medical treatments or vaccinations on citizens?

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