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Life Lynn DeKlyen, baby whose mother chose giving birth over chemo, has died

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Life Lynn DeKlyen, baby whose mother chose giving birth over chemo, has died


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Court tosses conviction of mom whose baby ate morphine pill that dropped on floor

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Michigan mom who refused chemotherapy so she could give birth has died

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Girl cares for sibling at expense of herself

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Pregnant Mom-of-5 Now Unconscious After Refusing Cancer Treatment to Save Unborn Child

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Pregnant Mom-of-5 Now Unconscious After Refusing Cancer Treatment to Save Unborn Child

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Pregnant Mom-of-5 Now Unconscious After Refusing Cancer Treatment to Save Unborn Child
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Pregnant Mom-of-5 Now Unconscious After Refusing Cancer Treatment to Save Unborn Child
"This is what she wants." COSMOPOLITAN — Carrie DeKlyen, a pregnant mother-of-five with a terminal brain tumor who was postponing chemo until after she gave birth, is unconscious following a stroke. The 37-year-old Michigan woman was diagnosed with Glioblastoma in April. reports that she enrolled in a clinical trial for treatment at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor after diagnosis and found out she was pregnant and would need to terminate the pregnancy to receive treatment   Read More ...
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Pregnant Mom-of-5 Now Unconscious After Refusing Cancer Treatment to Save Unborn Child
"This is what she wants." COSMOPOLITAN — Carrie DeKlyen, a pregnant mother-of-five with a terminal brain tumor who was postponing chemo until after she gave birth, is unconscious following a stroke. The 37-year-old Michigan woman was diagnosed with Glioblastoma in April. reports that she enrolled in a clinical trial for treatment at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor after diagnosis and found out she was pregnant and would need to terminate the pregnancy to receive treatment   Read More ...
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