Author Topic: Family of 'brain-dead' Jahi McMath say teen is showing signs of life as they blast state's report on hospital's handling of her case as 'BS'  (Read 239 times)

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The family of a 13-year-old Oakland girl who was declared 'brain-dead' more than three months ago following complications after a routine tonsil surgery say the girl is showing signs of life now that she's been moved from the hospital that released her body to the coroner's office in early January.

Additionally, the family has slammed a state report that determined that the Children's Hospital Oakland - with which the family of Jahi McMath fought in court over whether to take the girl off of life support - complied with medical regulatory standards in its handling of Jahi's case.

Family members now say that while Jahi remains unconscious, she looks healthy and has been moving her head and legs on a regular basis.

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