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Despite cancer's remission, Connecticut teen stuck in state custody

By Richard Weizel MILFORD, Conn. (Reuters) - A Connecticut teenager with cancer who took her fight to stop her chemotherapy treatments to the state's Supreme Court must remain in custody of the state even though her disease has gone into remission, a judge ruled on Wednesday. Superior Court Judge Carl Taylor in Middletown, Connecticut, denied requests made last month by attorneys for both Cassan…

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