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Baby Dinah – When Parents Are the Wrong Decision Makers

Normally, when clinicians need consent for medical treatment for a minor, the
parents provide that consent.  They are the natural surrogates for their children.

But just as other types of surrogate can and should be replaced when they deviate fr…

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