Doctors Refused to Help Baby With Trisomy 18, She Almost Died But This Happened

You go to the doctor with a chronic headache and he suggests cutting off your head. The doctor assures you that this will put a permanent end to your headaches. Sounds crazy, but that is the same logic the medical community often uses with the biologically imperfect. Your baby has a heart condition, chromosomal abnormality, missing a limb, blind, or deaf? No problem, there is a final solution that will completely cure your child – death.

Over a year ago a new friend needed help. Her daughter was diagnosed with Trisomy 18 and struggling to survive. She went to the hospital with her infant and was told that her daughter was too small to receive any of the tests requested by her pediatrician. The doctors at the hospital were going to send her home, but instead her mother followed sound advice from another parent and transferred to a different hospital.

Once at the other hospital, the little girl was examined and immediately intubated because she had been struggling to breathe. It was determined that her jaw was too short and she needed surgery quickly. In fact, the infant had jaw distraction surgery just 2 days later which lengthened her jaw and opened up her airway so she could breathe.

The first hospital which also performed jaw distraction surgeries was sending this infant child with Trisomy 18 home knowing full well that the child would die without medical attention. Death was their cure, but thankfully with appropriate help this little girl is now almost a year and a half old and doing well.

The medical doctrine of biological superiority can be seen crystal clear in prenatal tests that search out the disabled for the primary purpose and devastating result of destroying them. Exactly how developments and innovations in the field of medicine are to be developed with various disabilities when the patients are routinely terminated is an awful dilemma. (Read more about the baby with Trisomy 18 HERE)

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