Amish Husband and Wife have several children including Daughter.
Daughter, at ten years old, is diagnosed with cancer.
Daughter’s physicians prescribe chemotherapy.
After beginning her course of chemotherapy, Daughter and her family do not want to continue with it.
Ohio family court appoints a medical Guardian for Daughter.
Guardian wishes to keep Daughter on chemotherapy.
In 2013, Husband and Wife flee with Daughter and the rest of their family to Mexico to pursue alternative treatments for Daughter.
At this time, Daughter and her family have returned to Ohio and Daughter is cancer-free.
Guardian has withdrawn her decision for Daughter to undergo more chemotherapy.
The Ohio family court has terminated the appointment of Guardian.
Read more in
- this Reuters article: Court battle over Amish girl’s cancer treatment ends and
- this UK Daily Mail article: Amish girl, 12, is ‘cancer free’ two years after her family was forced into hiding over court battle to force her to have chemotherapy, as judge drops case .