Parents' Rights Weren't Violated in Chemo Case

Suzanne Ashe reports on a case that sounds somewhat similar to the Daniel Hauser case:

Utah doctors and child-protection workers did not violate a couple’s constitutional rights by urging a judge to order chemotherapy for their son, who was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, the 10th Circuit ruled Wednesday.

Sandy residents Daren and Barbara Jensen have been battling the state over the custody and medical care of their son, Parker, who was diagnosed in 2003 with Ewing’s sarcoma, a rare and aggressive form of cancer.

Read more on Courthouse News. The court opinion can be found here.

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