Bethany died in September of 2002, seven months after being diagnosed with a very aggressive form of cancer, and two months after doctors stopped her court-ordered chemotherapy, which was supported by blood transfusions, because the treatment wasn’t working. By then she had had 80 blood transfusions.
John Doe said:
Sounds like an unreasonable case to me.
It sounds like it is not a bursting dam, but just another finger plug for another hole in the dam. It doesn't
sound like a winner of a case, but still the principle is important.
I am happy to see cases like this going forward. It may establish some precident, but would unlikely
result in much money as the girl had received 80 transfusions and still had little hope.