Texas Hospital Starves Quadriplegic COVID-19 Patient to Death Against Wife’s Protests

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‘At this point,’ the doctor said, ‘we are going to do what we feel is best for him along with the state, and this is what we decided.’

By Texas Right to Life, LifeSiteNews, Jun 29, 2020

June 29, 2020 (Texas Right to Life) — Michael Hickson, a 46-year-old COVID-19 patient, was starved and left without adequate treatment for his illnesses at St. David’s South Austin Medical Center. His wife, Melissa, says the hospital refused to treat his illnesses because of his disability.

Michael Hickson became quadriplegic due to receiving CPR after he went into sudden cardiac arrest while driving Melissa to work in May 2017. Melissa and their five children stayed by Michael’s side throughout his recovery. He landed back in the hospital in 2020 after contracting COVID-19 and pneumonia from a staff member at his nursing home.  ….

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