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Amish vs. The Courts-Family Speaks Out on Fleeing the U.S. To Escape Court-Mandated Chemo

For nearly a year, 11-year-old Sarah Hershberger simultaneously battled cancer and a court case. Diagnosed with lymphoblastic lymphoma, a rare cancer, she started chemotherapy but her parents discontinued treatment after side effects took a serious toll. Akron Children's Hospital was not open to discussing alternative or supplemental treatments, and officials there expressed concern that Sarah would die if she discontinued treatment. The hospital eventually went on the offensive, taking the family, who are Amish, to court. Amish law precludes formal interview settings, but the Hershbergers spoke with filmmakers at length about Sarah's case and allowed audio recordings to be paired with film of the family.
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2015; 2014
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Taking the Pulse: Health and Medicine

Health care in the United States has reached a crisis point, despite advances in medicine and technology. Examine issues of alternative medical treatments and ethical questions including right-to-die.
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2015; 2005
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Designer Babies and Gene Robbery

Want the perfect baby? Now you have to cross your fingers and hope for the best. But imagine if you could go down to the local baby clinic and max out your credit card. You could ensure your child was beautiful and intelligent. You could even guarantee they would never become an alcoholic. It may sound farfetched but the groundwork is already in place. But what are the dangers of tinkering with our genetic makeup? Who owns human genes and should they be allowed to sell them to the highest bidder? This eye opening film explores the conflict between private commerce and public health.
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2016; 2006