boy with cancer must have treatment despite mum saying no!!

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boy with cancer must have treatment despite mum saying no!!

Post  Guest on Tue Dec 18, 2012 11:32 pm

First topic message reminder :

this could have serious repercussions on a patients rights.

http://news.sky.com/story/1027101/cancer-boy-surgery-ruling-defies-mums-wishes

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Re: boy with cancer must have treatment despite mum saying no!!

Post  I'm the king on Thu Dec 20, 2012 3:31 pm

heartsandminds wrote:

If both parents agree that the treatment should not go ahead should the court not make a decision.

That isn't the case here so is irrelevant.

You still haven't answered how a disagreement should be resolved if a child's life is in danger?

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Re: boy with cancer must have treatment despite mum saying no!!

Post  Guest on Thu Dec 20, 2012 3:40 pm

@I'm the king wrote:

That isn't the case here so is irrelevant.

You still haven't answered how a disagreement should be resolved if a child's life is in danger?

lol!...so if two uninformed, ignorant parents agree that the child shouldn't have treatment then there is no reason for the courts to adjudicate but because it is one parent the court should, that is the issue...

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Re: boy with cancer must have treatment despite mum saying no!!

Post  I'm the king on Thu Dec 20, 2012 3:43 pm

heartsandminds wrote:

lol!...so if two uninformed, ignorant parents agree that the child shouldn't have treatment then there is no reason for the courts to adjudicate but because it is one parent the court should, that is the issue...

No I didn't say that I said your point is irrelevant.

I take it that by your lack of answer you have no better way to resolve this issue than the way it has been done?

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Re: boy with cancer must have treatment despite mum saying no!!

Post  Guest on Thu Dec 20, 2012 3:45 pm

@I'm the king wrote:

No I didn't say that I said your point is irrelevant.

I take it that by your lack of answer you have no better way to resolve this issue than the way it has been done?

the fact is if the parents agreed this would be a nil issue, so the fact whether she was qualified to make the decision is mute.

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