Indiana hospital treats anemic baby with blood substitute

05/29/2009 | News-Sentinel (Fort Wayne, Ind.), The

Dupont Hospital in Fort Wayne, Ind., used a blood substitute to treat the anemic premature baby of a couple who refused a blood transfusion for their child for religious reasons. The hospital, however, has a court order giving it the right to transfuse blood if needed to save the baby's life.

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