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Oct 31, 2013

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A back-and-forth fight between the state and a 10-year-old girl with leukemia has been raging for awhile. Ohioan Amish girl, Sarah Hershberger, was brought into national view when it was learned that a legal battle ensued over whether her parents, Andy and Anna, had any right to choose a natural cancer treatment for her.

Already this year, a Medina County, Ohio Juvenile and Probate judge ruled in the parents’ favor – twice – when Akron Children’s Hospital took legal action to force her to continue chemotherapy. Earlier this month, however, an appeals court ruling overturned the rulings and appointed a nurse-attorney to have limited legal guardianship over Sarah, saying: “…we are unwilling to adhere to the wishes of the parents” and “The beliefs and convictions of the parents can’t outweigh the rights of the state to protect the child.” The ruling was to force her back into (experimental) chemotherapy.

The family had already been out of the country during this ruling. According to Sarah’s father, she was completely recovered from natural treatments as of October 23. Her natural protocols including plant extracts, supplements and nutrition outside the U.S. were confirmed three times with cat scans and blood tests. Cancer-free in a two-month period!

While her battle with cancer might be over – the battle with the state, judicial system, and medical system could just be getting started after all this time.

The hospital cried that she would die without the chemo (for a two-year duration) which was their reasoning for using the courts to force her back into chemotherapy. Of course, they actually had a much different motivation for keeping her on toxic chemo despite her previous weakening condition.

Dr. Robert McGregor, Chief Medical Officer had said:

We find ourselves in a situation where we feel legally and morally obligated to do what we think is in her best interest.

But that argument about “moral obligations” was completely deflated when the family discovered a new revelation….

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