17-Year-Old Girl Forcefully Taken From Her Parents,
By the Government, for Refusing Chemotherapy
Connecticut – 17-year-old Cassandra Fortin has been taken from her family against her will because she refused chemotherapy.
Cassandra was recently diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, but like many people with cancer, Cassandra wants to look into natural options for treatment, instead of chemotherapy. …
Doctors at the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center forced Cassandra to undergo chemotherapy against her will, so she quickly ran away from home to get away from the situation….
She was physically apprehended by government agents and forced through chemotherapy. According to her family, she got into a physical altercation defending herself from doctors, until she was eventually subdued and strapped down to a table…
The state held a hearing in November, and ultimately gave the Department of Children and Families temporary custody of Cassandra, taking her away from her family.
(Editor’s Note: This is Connecticut, one of the most liberal (big-government, big-brother) of all states. Most other states are not this bad. If a person lived in CT, I suggest he research the advantages of moving)
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