Posts Tagged ‘Jahi McMath’

Jahi McMath, declared ‘dead’ while on life support, released to her family Sunday night

by Kirsten Andersen OAKLAND, CA, January 6, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Jahi McMath, the 13-year-old girl who was declared legally dead by hospital staff and county officials after suffering complications from a routine tonsillectomy, has been released to her family to seek treatment elsewhere. The move comes after…

Jahi moved from Children’s Hospital Oakland!

by Wesley J. Smith Jahi McMath has been removed from Children’s Hospital Oakland. From the San Jose Mercury News story: Jahi McMath was quickly and quietly moved from Children’s Hospital of Oakland Sunday evening, the hospital confirmed… David Durand, chief of pediatrics at the hospital,…

Jahi McMath: A precious - and living - human being

by Ben Johnson January 3, 2014 (ALL.org) - Imagine your child going to a hospital for routine surgery and then suffering from unforeseen complications that threaten to take her life. This nightmare became reality when Jahi McMath, a young girl of only 13, went in for surgery to help end her sleep apnea. Jahi’s…

What is Jahi McMath’s hospital trying to hide?

by Brad Mattes, Executive Director, Life Issues Institute Jan. 3, 2013 (LifeIssues) - “Who wants to know the date and the time their child would die?”  This is the heart-wrenching and pain-filled plea of Nailah Winkfield, the mother of 13-year-old Jahi McMath. Currently, Jahi is in the midst of a life-and-death battle. After a routine tonsillectomy…

Girl declared ‘dead’ to be transferred out of hospital that tried to remove life support

by Kirsten Andersen OAKLAND, CA, January 3, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The family of Jahi McMath, a 13-year-old girl who suffered severe brain damage after a routine tonsillectomy and was declared “legally dead” under California state law last month, will be permitted to remove the girl from Children’s…

Children’s Hospital Oakland’s PR disaster in handling Jahi McMath ‘brain death’ case

by Wesley J. Smith Children’s Hospital Oakland has a very good reputation where I live in the Bay Area. But its public communication around the tragedy of Jahi McMath’s ”brain death” has been astoundingly insensitive, bordering on arrogant. The hospital’s statements quoted in today’s San…

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