3-year-old Tinslee Lewis, whose mother has waged a court battle to keep doctors from removing her from life-sustaining treatment, has improved enough that she was released from the hospital last week and will now be cared for at home.
Cook's Children Medical Center says ongoing treatments for 23-month old Tinslee Lewis are not helping her condition and cause unnecessary suffering.
Affidavits filed Tuesday with the Texas Supreme Court contain perhaps the hospital’s most graphic description of what it calls the 1-year old’s “worsening condition.”
A Texas appeals court ruled Friday that a hospital must keep a 17-month-old girl on life support pending a trial addressing the merits of the law doctors invoked to withdraw life-sustaining treatment.
A doctor from outside of the state wants to perform an invasive procedure on a little girl who remains on life support at Cook Children's in Fort Worth.
A little girl on life support at Cook Children’s Hospital for more than a year now has a new doctor.
More than three months after the latest arguments in the legal appeal involving her care, 1-year-old Tinslee Lewis remains on life support at Cook Children’s Hospital.
The legal battle over the care of a terminally ill baby on life support was back in court Tuesday.
A judge who signed a restraining order preventing a Fort Worth hospital from removing a child from life support will have to recuse himself from the case.