Hospital Killed My Kid! A Dawn-Syndrome Girl Given Wrong Treatment!

A teen girl with Dawn syndrome has passed away due to improper treatment in Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital in Appleton, Wisconsin.

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On October 6th of 2021, 19-year-old Grace Schara was admitted to Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital in Appleton, Wisconsin with COVID-19, showing negative for blood clots through CT scanning.

Here’s more from the original heartbreaking story on Stew Peters Show.

“Grace had been receiving appropriate doses of ivermectin when she began facing Covid symptoms on September 28th, but with decreasing oxygen saturation levels, Grace’s family felt it was best to visit St. Elizabeth’s.

The attending Emergency Room doctor suggested that Grace be admitted to the hospital for 3 days, potentially a week. Grace’s father Scott was by her side standing as an advocate for her medical rights when he was removed from the hospital by an armed security guard that Sunday.

Grace’s family had refused ventilation five separate times, trying to prevent hospital protocol from dismantling her chances of recovery. The hospital, in retaliation to Grace’s family refusing ventilation, decided without consent from the parents to label Grace “Do Not Resuscitate”, prescribing her high doses of morphine and multiple sedatives.

The high morphine dosages were combined with Precedex and Lorazepam, which according to the warnings on the prescribed morphine packaging, should never be done.”

Listen to broken and devastated Scott, her father:

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Ava Garcia

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