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Law: Faith and Medicine / Oregon #983705

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 23, 2010
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(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) A look at faith-based healing introduced.

(Oregon City, Oregon: Dan Simon) A sect called Followers of Christ who practice faith healing without using doctors examined; details given about an Oregon law making parents criminally liable for their children's death and about two cases of treatable illnesses in children leading to criminal charges for the parents. [Former member Holly MARTINEZ - says going to a doctor reveals a weakness of faith.] [Former chief medical examiner Dr. Larry NEWMAN†- comments on the children's death.]

(Studio: Sanjay Gupta, Jeffrey Toobin) How this Oregon law is about the right of children to get medical treatment rather than being about religious freedom discussed.

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