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98% News Story: Boy refusing cancer treatment - March 16, 1999
Today's Issue Back Issues March 16, 1999 Boy refusing cancer treatment Saskatchewan boy ordered by court to prove he understands consequences By Dan Zakreski Saskatoon Star-Phoenix SASKATOON - A 13-year-old boy who has refused chemotherapy..

98% Deciding about Tyrell Dueck
Deciding about Tyrell Dueck Commentators review the controversial case Friday, March 26, 1999 ROBERT MATAS The Globe and Mail The difficult case of 13-year-old Tyrell Dueck of Martenville, Sask., left editorial-writers searching for answers to a..

98% News Story: Teen misled about cancer, court hears - March 18, 1999
Today's Issue Back Issues March 18, 1999 Teen misled about cancer, court hears Treatment refusal based on father's information By Leslie Pereaux Saskatoon Star Phoenix SASKATOON - A 13-year-old cancer patient who decided to end treatment was acting

98% News Story: Chemotherapy order for boy - March 19, 1999
Today's Issue Back Issues March 19, 1999 Chemotherapy order for boy Judge says cancer patient can't decide own fate By Martin O'Hanlon Canadian Press REGINA - A judge has paved the way to let doctors proceed with chemotherapy treatments a 13-year.

98% Edmonton Sun: Editorial/Letters
March 23 Wrong decision Barring a miracle, 13-year-old Tyrell Dueck is going to die of a rare bone cancer which has now spread to his lungs. That's despite the judicial intervention of the Saskatchewan government which ordered Tyrell - against his.

98%  CBC's Cross Country Checkup - Guests
This week's topic (updated Friday) Archives: Rex Murphy's written introductions to previous programs, the guestlists, and listen to recent programs in Listener mail in response to previous shows. About Rex Murphy: published profiles and other..

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98% The Ophiuchus Society
The Ophiuchus Society web site distributes information on the latest alternative and conventional treatments for and research on a wide variety of illnesses and conditions

98% Sympatico: InfoExpress: Nationales
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98% Sympatico: InfoExpress: Nationales
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97% Maranatha Christian Journal -- News & Views for Today's Online Christian.

97% Star News Index
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70% Tyrell Dueck's fate in hands of Appeal Court  - Tyrell Dueck's fate in hands of Appeal Court Story Posted March 27, 1999 at 03:35 By Martin O'Hanlon REGINA (CP) _ A legal and ethical battle over a 13-year-old boy's right to refuse cancer treatment is now in the hands of Saskatchewan's highest court. Tyrell undergoes cancer treatment in Mexico  Story Posted March 26, 1999 at 06:02 TORONTO (CP) _ Tyrell Dueck's parents said their 13-year-old son was free of leg pain for the first time in weeks Wednesday in a controversial cancer clinic in Tijuana, Mexico, the Globe and Mail reported.

69% American doctors say Tyrell's lungs clear  - American doctors say Tyrell's lungs clear Story Posted April 12, 1999 at 17:20 By Leslie Perreaux Saskatoon StarPhoenix SASKATOON (CP) _ Test results from a well-respected California hospital have found that Tyrell Dueck's lungs are cancer free, say doctors who are treating the boy in Mexico. Tyrell Dueck to head to Ottawa for treatments, says hospital  Tyrell Dueck to head to Ottawa for treatments, says hospital Story Posted April 17, 1999 at 14:05 TORONTO (CP) _ Tyrell Dueck, the 13-year-old boy from Saskatchewan who is fighting bone cancer is preparing to travel from Mexico to Ottawa for more experimental treatments, a spokesman for the Mexican hospital said Wednesday.

69% Rothery said the family will not be present for Tyrell's treatment.  - Rothery said the family will not be present for Tyrell's treatment. Story Posted March 23, 1999 at 12:11 ``This way, Dr. Mpofu can bring Tyrell to understand the need for the medical treatment prescribed, and the medical team will be able to provide the psychological preparation and support for Tyrell's treatment they deem appropriate,'' Rothery said. Boy could be forced to undergo cancer treatment Boy could be forced to undergo cancer treatment Story Posted March 27, 1999 at 01:57 By Martin O'Hanlon REGINA (CP) _ Tyrell Dueck doesn't want chemotherapy to treat the cancerous tumour in his leg.

68% Boy wants legal right to refuse chemotherapy  - Boy wants legal right to refuse chemotherapy Story Posted March 17, 1999 at 20:48 By Jason Warick Saskatoon StarPhoenix SASKATOON (CP) _ Tyrell Dueck, 13-year-old who is already fighting bone cancer, faces another battle _ this time with the government after refusing chemotherapy treatment. Doctor defends treatment of Tyrell Dueck Doctor defends treatment of Tyrell Dueck SASKATOON (CP) _ A Saskatchewan doctor who treated a high-profile young cancer patient has defended treatment offered to the boy and refuted allegations that physicians simply gave up.

67% Young boy must justify decision to refuse cancer treatment  - Young boy must justify decision to refuse cancer treatment Story Posted March 27, 1999 at 09:16 By Dan Zakreski Saskatoon StarPhoenix SASKATOON (CP) _ A 13-year-old boy who has refused chemotherapy treatments for bone cancer will have to convince child care workers that he understands the consequences of his choice. Teen refused cancer treatment under influence of father, court hears  Teen refused cancer treatment under influence of father, court hears Story Posted March 27, 1999 at 11:20 By Leslie Perreaux Saskatoon StarPhoenix

65% Cancer spreads in boy at centre of ethical debate  - Cancer spreads in boy at centre of ethical debate Story Posted April 02, 1999 at 10:09 By Leslie Perreaux Saskatoon StarPhoenix SASKATOON (CP) _ Cancer has spread into the lungs of a Saskatchewan boy who battled the medical and legal establishment by refusing conventional treatment, all but ending his chance of recovery.

62% Boy heads to Mexico for cancer treatment  - Boy heads to Mexico for cancer treatment Story Posted March 27, 1999 at 00:07 REGINA (CP) _ A 13-year-old Saskatchewan boy who ignited a legal and ethical debate after he refused chemotherapy for bone cancer was heading to Mexico Tuesday for alternative treatment. Christians stage demonstration in support of Tyrell Dueck Story Posted April 01, 1999 at 15:08 SASKATOON (CP) _ About 350 Christians protested Monday against the Saskatchewan government's intervention in the case of a 13-year-old boy who ignited a legal and ethical debate after he refused treatment for bone cancer.

56% Press Releases, Dr. Jim Pankiw, M.P. Saskatoon-Humboldt, SOCIALISTS SHOULD LEAVE FAMILY ALONE, PANKIW SAYS

56% Saskatchewan news links, articles and press releases...
Web Published: April 5, 1999 Parents cowed by Nanny State THE DRIVE by governments and their acolytes to eliminate from society the last vestiges of traditional family life and its values is shifting into high gear these days.

51% SERMON NOTES AND CARECELL DISCUSSION GUIDE
Sermon Notes and Carecell Discussion Guide SERMON NOTES: Kingdom Power: Healing Today Text: Matthew 8, 9 (All scripture quotations are from the New International Version.)

48%  Canada Tuesday May 18, 1999 Private company offers hope to cancer patients - for a price [CMAJ - June 1, 1999] Private company offers hope to cancer patients � for a price Barbara Sibbald Bill O'Neill claims his treatment methods deliver a 30% better chance of beating cancer than conventional medicine.

44% April 1999  - The University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics is a partnership among the University of Toronto; Edmonton Sun: Top Stories Today's top stories from the Edmonton Sun.

40% Apologetics Index - Religion Items in the News - March 20, 1999 (Vol. 3, Issue 76)
News Items of Interest to Apologists and Counter-Cult ProfessionalsA Service of Apologetics Index AI Renewal Holland Religion Items In The News

Not Rated   Orthodoxy II -- Earlier editions of this weekly look at the world
Ted and Virginia Byfield write this weekly column about current events -- and current fuzzy thought -- (English)

Not Rated News Story: Cancer boy's fate `in the hands of God' - March 22, 1999
Today's Issue Back Issues March 22, 1999 Cancer boy's fate `in the hands of God' Recovery now slim as disease spreads to lungs By Leslie Perreaux Saskatoon Starphoenix TYRELL DUECK: The prospects are grim for 13-year-old boy from Martensville, Sask

Not Rated CHP (Christian Heritage Party of Canada) COMMUNIQUÉ - Vol. 6 No. 15. April 19,1999. PARENTS' RIGHTS TO ACCEPT OR TO REFUSE TREATMENT. Debbie DeVries of St. Thomas, ON is a wife, mother, a nurse,..

Not Rated  QUIZ ANSWER For the article relating to this What's Up? quiz, refer to the Today section, Monday, June 14 in the The London Free Press. back to What's up quiz Kids fight cancer 1. Where does Tyrell Dueck live? Answer: Martensville, Sask. 2. True or false: Margaret Somervi (English)

Not Rated  News Index
Today's Issue Back Issues Thursday, March 18, 1999 Top Tories confused by nursing job numbers What was to be a week of good-news announcements about hiring 10,000 more nurses has turned into a public-relations nightmare for the provincial..

Not Rated Sympatico: InfoExpress: Nationales Nouvelles canadienne NATIONALES

Not Rated March 15, 1999 More News BOY WANTS LEGAL RIGHT TO REFUSE CHEMOTHERAPY Tyrell Dueck, a 13-year-old Saskatchewan boy who is already fighting bone cancer, faces another battle -- this time with
 

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National News Calgary Herald Front Page Teen refused cancer treatment under influence of father, court hears Tyrell Dueck leaves family court in Saskatoon Wednesday. (Saskatoon Star Phoenix- Greg Pender) SASKATOON (CP) - A 13-year-old cancer..

Not Rated News Story: Boy refusing cancer treatment - March 16, 1999 Today's Issue Back Issues March 16, 1999 Boy refusing cancer treatment Saskatchewan boy ordered by court to prove he understands consequences By Dan Zakreski Saskatoon Star-Phoenix SASKATOON - A 13-year-old boy who has refused chemotherapy..

Not Rated News Story: Chemotherapy order for boy - March 19, 1999 Today's Issue Back Issues March 19, 1999 Chemotherapy order for boy Judge says cancer patient can't decide own fate By Martin O'Hanlon Canadian Press REGINA - A judge has paved the way to let doctors proceed with chemotherapy treatments a 13-year.

Not Rated April 16, 1999 Duecks' lesson is worth recounting By PAUL STANWAY Edmonton Sun Like most people, I put a lot of faith in doctors and in the potential of modern medicine to cure what ails us

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Today's Issue Back Issues Friday, March 19, 1999

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Not Rated Hoffer's Home Page
Introduction. Between 1978 and March, 1999 I have seen over 1040 patients suffering from cancer who came to me for nutritional and psychiatric counseling..

Not Rated Focus shouldn't be on religion versus science
Top opinions and columns from Calgary, Alberta,...

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Not Rated critique of Saskatchewan justice system, first hand accounts of blatant injustices, strategies for fighting injustice here, there and everywhere,...

Not Rated Canadian News Digest
Canada. Canadian News Digest. Story Posted April 02, 1999 at 14:04. Sunday, March 21. By The Canadian Press. Cancer spreads in boy at centre of ethical...

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Not Rated Nation March 15, 1999 More News BOY WANTS LEGAL RIGHT TO REFUSE

Rated Nation March 16, 1999 More News BOY WANTS LEGAL RIGHT TO REFUSE

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Not Rated The Star Opinion Story: Can't we allow this boy some dignity in death? - March 25, 1999

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This Month's Magazine Issue 1. The State vs. the Family The story of Tyrell Dueck.

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Not Rated Cancer spreads in boy at centre of ethical debate
Canada. Cancer spreads in boy at centre of ethical debate. Story Posted April 02, 1999 at 10:09. By Leslie Perreaux. Saskatoon StarPhoenix. SASKATOON (CP).

Not Rated  The Star Opinion Story: A boy's life - March 20, 1999
Today's Issue. Back Issues. March 20, 1999. A boy's life. At the tender age of 13, losing a leg is about as great a tragedy as a boy can imagine.

Not Rated Health, Justice, Social, Religion, International. Cancer spreads in boy at centre of...

Not Rated Faith, hope and a child - Thursday 18 March 1999 - - Editorial

Not Rated  News Story: Teen misled about cancer, court hears - March 18, 1999

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