teen with cancer forced by state to undergo chemo treatments
C. (Callender) is the teenage girl who was abducted from her home in Connecticut
and forced under lock and key to be injected with chemotherapy drugs for
five months. She was not allowed to have a phone or visitors, including
her own mother with whom she is very close. The door to her hospital room
was guarded. Her diagnosis was Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Despite Assistant
Attorney General John Tucker’s state supreme court assertion that
Cassandra’s mother was the source of her resistance to chemotherapy,
Cassandra maintains her mother had wanted her to go ahead with the chemo
told me as a parent that she didn’t want to lose her only daughter
and that we would get through the chemo, but that wasn’t enough for
me. I wanted to try anything else that wasn’t as potentially harmful
as chemo. Eventually she chose to not fight with me about it. She chose
to stand by me,” Cassandra confided.
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in Hartford was where she was
taken by Connecticut’s Department of Children and Families (DCF) (nice
title for medical kidnappers), who were supported by several police cars
to lead their abduction from her home while her mother was gone. Of
course, they were assured by the local medical authorities that Cassandra
was a dead teenage girl walking unless she had the chemotherapy right away.
The fear of death is the medical mafia’s ticket for abuse.
though the DCF and legal authorities were convinced she had an 85% chance
of full recovery, the whole notion of capturing someone and refusing even
parental support for months is not exactly a part of the purported American
ideal for freedom of choice. Oh, I forgot. She was 17 then. Not capable
of choice according to the law. While undergoing a painful life and death
procedure with the lowest cure statistic of all, not having the support
of her friends and mother for months made it worse. One wonders if mainstream
oncologists have any awareness of how emotional and psychological duress
way she was treated is the stuff of horror movies or prisoner of war torture
documentaries. She had resisted getting a portacath or “port”,
or a totally implantable venous access device (TIVAD) surgically implanted
in her chest before being locked away in a hospital room. Under
enormous legal pressures, she had agreed to chemo at the time. But with
that threat she ran away from home for a week.
she was taken into guarded custody in the hospital after returning home
to avoid her mother’s arrest. The time came for her surgical chemo
pathway insertion and she strongly physically resisted. Then she was literally
strapped in and put under, just like the movies. When she came to, she saw
the tube protruding from her chest.
to overcome Cassandra’s continual resistance, they said they would
sedate her in order to give IV her chemo. That would require not eating
for 12 hours prior. Cassandra opted to being allowed to eat, another method
that forced her compliance, food deprivation. With each chemo treatment,
she declared that she did not consent. No worries, the DCF signed for her!
two months before her release, the hospital announced she was in remission,
which really can only mean the tumors are not growing but shrinking. I question
why chemo was continued after remission. Might it have to do with Medicaid
DCF glowed officially about her “recovery” and everyone involved
felt righteous for saving the foolish teenage girl from her folly of seeking
an alternative healthy treatment.
She Has Lung Cancer
explained ironically that she had fallen into the 15% that don’t respond
to the treatment, which was a “guaranteed” 85% recovery. But
remission is not necessarily healing. Most cancer cases return within that
five year window, which if passed through still in remission can be considered
a cure by mainstream oncology standards. Their percentage of actual cures
is under five percent.
make matters worse, the hospital forced constant antibiotic dosing on her.
Could be why she gained weight now. Most of her probiotic microbes were
remission was short lived, of course. She was diagnosed with lung cancer
within a year of her release from her local medical mafia dungeon of forced
medical experimentation. Interestingly, the “port” of chemo
entry was her chest! She is undergoing therapy in a Mexican clinic that
was represented in Ty Bollinger’s The Truth About Cancer internet
can help Cassandra financially with the Go Fund, which was originally set
up for attorney’s fees to go after those involved with her forced
“care”. But that was before her “relapse”. Here’s
Cassandra’s Go Fund Me.
she is at the Hope 4 Cancer Clinic in Mexico, and Medicaid, or Medicare,
or USA private insurance won’t go there even though it is less expensive
and more effective than what they cover here.