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Tinley Lewis

Source: cbsnews.com / CBS News Dallas/Fort Worth

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A Fort Worth, Texas judge has denied the extension of a restraining order keeping a baby Tinsley Lewis on life support at Cook Children’s Medical Center. Tinsley has been in the hospital’s intensive care unit since she was born in February. The 11-month-old girl has a rare, incurable heart defect and relies on a ventilator and a feeding tube. The hospital said Tinsley has already undergone several complex surgeries to try to improve her condition but also suffers from chronic lung disease and severe chronic pulmonary hypertension. Doctors now believe her condition is irreversible and that she is suffering. But Tinsley’s family believes she still has a fighting chance. Judge Marion announced her decision to deny the family’s request for a temporary injunction. The hospital said it would keep the baby on life support for seven more days so that her parents file an appeal or motion for emergency relief.

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