Israel Stinson was declared dead by clinicians at Kaiser Permanente Roseville Medical Center. But his parents, Jonee Fonseca and Nate Stinson, do not accept that diagnosis.
They explained in a recent interview: “Because of our faith we will wait for our son to wake up . . . It’s just something telling us, ‘Don’t give up.’”
“And we won’t give up. God won’t give up. . . . We’re hoping with God that something gives. Anything’s possible.”
Life Legal Defense Foundation (LLDF), got a one-week extension on a temporary restraining order mandating Kaiser to continue “treatment” to keep Israel’s condition stable, while the family seeks a second opinion.
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