Faith, medicine collide in life-threatening case

Tennessean, December 28, 2007
When doctors at Vanderbilt University Medical Center rushed to operate on a baby born last week with a life-threatening heart condition, they faced one giant hurdle: the child's parents. They refused to consent to the surgery, saying it would involve the use of blood products--a violation of their religious beliefs as Jehovah's Witnesses.

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