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The girl, who cannot be identified under a court order, has received chemotherapy, which suppresses the production of red blood cells, making blood transfusions necessary. But the girl, with the support of her parents, said she would refuse a blood transfusion because her religion forbids it, prompting B.C. child-welfare officials to intervene, reports the Globe and Mail.
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