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Parents ‘Devastated’ as Court Says Doctors Should Not “Artificially Prolong’ Boy’s Life

May 18, 2016

(The Guardian) – The parents of a “profoundly neurologically disabled” two-year-old boy say they are devastated by a high courtdecision to allow medics to provide only palliative care, saying they believe nurses mistook his smiles for grimaces. “profoundly neurologically disabled” two-year-old boy say they are devastated by a high courtdecision to allow medics to provide only palliative care, saying they believe nurses mistook his smiles for grimaces.

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