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NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 05, 2019
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Studio: Molly Hunter) The issue of parental rights when it come to the medical care of a child as in the case of Noah McAdams, whose parents had halted his chemotherapy for leukemia, examined; scenes shown; details given about whether the state of Florida can override the parents' choices. [Mother Taylor BLAND-BALL@- talks about her son & his treatment.] [Moffitt Cancer Center Dr. Bijal SHAH@- defends chemotherapy as the most effective treatment.] {NBC legal analyst Danny CEVALLOS@- says the state has to show medical neglect.]

Snow, Kate;
Hunter, Molly

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