Baby Doe

An infant with Down syndrome born in April, 1982, in Indiana who had a tracheo-oesophageal fistula that required surgery for the infant’s prolonged survival; given the infant’s anticipated poor quality of life, the parents decided to withhold treatment with the approval of the local court and the child died within 6 days
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Bella had been dubbed Baby Doe as investigators launched a massive media campaign to find out her true identity.
Bella had been dubbed Baby Doe during a massive media campaign to find out her identity.
Q: Last year I introduced two baby doe rabbits to my existing doe, after her buck died the previous year.
He sketches the intersection of the desires of parents that everything be done, the "institutionalization of NICU treatment" (158), the prestige and ego factor present at times, the misunderstanding of law (notably with respect to the Baby Doe Law), and the rise of the NICU as a profit center in many facilities.
Mozart's "La Clemenza di Tito," Douglas Moore's "The Ballad of Baby Doe," Christoph Gluck's "Orphe et Euridice" and Franz Lehr's "Merry Widow" - at 7:30 p.
It's one of Moore's more enduring stage works after The Ballad of Baby Doe, and received its first professional production in Detroit in 1962.
After that, he turned to colleagues for advice and made sure to include iconic Colorado characters like Alferd Packer and Baby Doe Tabor.
Temple's analysis is fascinating and will lead many readers to the conclusion that the death of Baby Doe by freezing in an otherwise abandoned mine shack was a mercy.
Included are the distinctive wardrobes of Lillian Russell, Amelia Bloomer, Baby Doe Tabor, Bat Masterson, Annie Oakley, Oscar Wilde, Wild Bill Hickok, George and Elizabeth Custer, Andrew Johnson, and Adah Menken.
To the Editor: We read with interest the article, "Extreme Prematurity and Parental Rights after Baby Doe.
Oscar Wilde and Harry Houdini performed at the Tabor Opera House here; the man who built it, Horace Austin Warner Tabor, achieved his own operatic immortality as the rags-to-riches-to-rags sugar daddy who married lovely, fragile Baby Doe.
These regulations, sometimes called the "new Baby Doe rule," delineate only 5 exceptional circumstances when treatment is not medically indicated for an infant's life-threatening condition (e.