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Judge Overrules Parents, Says Hospital Can Turn Off Baby’s Life Support

Another British family lost the right to make decisions about their severely ill infant son’s medical care Monday when a judge ruled that the hospital may turn off his life support. The boy, 11-month-old Isaiah Haastrup, suffered brain damage at birth. His parents, Lanre Haastrup and Takesha Thomas, said their son is responsive and deserves […]
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