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Life Support

An appeals court in Texas ruled against the parents of a 10-month-old boy who sought to block the Texas Children’s Hospital from removing their son from life support. The child was hospitalized with hypothermia, showed “no signs of neurological life,” and was declared brain dead.

HOUSTON — An appeals court in Texas ruled against the parents of a 10-month-old boy who sought to block the Texas Children’s Hospital from removing their son from life support. The child was hospitalized with hypothermia, showed “no signs of neurological life,” and was declared brain dead. 

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