iRescueRadio 027: Should the Courts Have a Say in the Medical Decisions of Parents?

This week’s episode is dedicated to one major topic.  Too big to be simply the hot topic, but it’s something much bigger.  They start out by talking a little bit about fashion, of all things, as the topic turns to motorcycles in the rain.

The main topic for this week is Daniel Hauser, a boy at the age of thirteen resisting chemotherapy, and a warrant for the arrest of his mother which cited medical neglect.

The headline is: Arrest warrant issued for mother of Daniel Hauser, 13; boy is resisting chemo for treatable cancer

iRescueRadio Episode 27 [Download]

Is it the parent’s decision, or should the court have a say?

iRescueRadio 006: California Supreme Court allows Good Samaritans to be sued for nonmedical care

In an emergency episode of iRescueRadio, we tackle and article that came out in the Los Angeles Times last week.

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The California Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a young woman who pulled a co-worker from a crashed vehicle isn’t immune from civil liability because the care she rendered wasn’t medical.

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