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You follow your child’s doctors orders and the state can take your kids away


This issue is truly frightening. The idea that a hospital and child services can invade a families life like this should concern us all! I am sure this family never thought of something like this happening to them. Having spent almost two almost two years in and out of hospitals with our son, I can imagine this crazy but real scenario.



A TowDog

Disgusting. A doctor at one hospital makes a diagnosis, writes prescriptions which you have filled. He orders treatment for your child, and you comply. Then one day your child’s doctor is unavailable and you go to a different one, who then causes the state to charge you with child abuse and take your kid from you.

20140226-122803.jpgThink that’s a far-fetched scenerio?

Doctors at Tufts Medical Center claim Justina is suffering from mitochondrial disorder, a genetic disorder that affects how cells produce energy. But when her regular doctor was unavailable, Justina was brought to Boston Children’s Hospital, where doctors decided that her symptoms were psychosomatic—meaning, they were the result of a mental illness.
Boston Children’s Hospital reported the Pelletiers to Massachusetts’ Department of Children and Families for over-medicating Justina. The state assumed custody of the child.
Since then, the Pelletiers have said that their daughter’s condition worsened dramatically. They claim…

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