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I decided to delete the video, I posted, of Juliana's final days and remove certain scenes. As of today, December 7, 2016, Johns Hopkins Hospital has yet to provide us with a logical reason why Juliana's health declined so rapidly starting on October 20, 2016. She started a rapid decline the evening of October 20th and EVERYONE told us it was the result of the pain medications. We want the truth. She died on October 24. As of today, Johns Hopkins is refusing to have another meeting with us to address some of our questions regarding her death as they couldn't answer a few of our questions in our first meeting which we initiated. NO ONE, FROM THE HOSPITAL, TOLD US SHE WAS GOING TO DIE SOON. She was scheduled to start new cancer treatment on October 26th. NO ONE contacted us, from the hospital, after her death (except for a doctor and a nurse coming to the last viewing)...NO ONE. It was like we didn't even exist. Yesterday, the hospital said they will send us a letter in the next thirty days to explain how and why she died. We deserve the truth. We deserve answers. There was something that happened between Thursday (October 20) and Friday (October 21) the day she was discharged from the hospital. We can't be the only family who has had a similar situation happen to their child. The gaping hole in Tammy's heart and my heart is growing and growing every day. We don't know what happened...for sure. We want the truth. Love you all!
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** A Marietta police officer is being hailed as a hero, after performing life-saving measures for three minutes to help a choking two-month-old baby breathe again. "It was a joyous experience, I'll tell you that," Officer Nick St. Onge said about the ordeal, as he applied chest compressions and back blows for several minutes to dislodge what was blocking little Zeona's airway. On the evening of May 15, the baby's grandmother called 911 after the baby started choking and turning blue while feeding on a bottle. Officer Nick St. Onge arrived at the scene quickly before paramedics. "I had a panic attack... [saying]'Come on Zeona, come back to life... breathe baby,'" said Zeona's mother, Cianna Stovall, who tells us how she cried watching her baby in distress. "It was three minutes of sheer terror," Officer St. Onge said, as he continued to apply compressions while the baby was not responsive for some time. "I heard that first half-cry and I was like, Thank God," St. Onge said. Stovall tells us how she was overjoyed and thanked the officer at the scene. "Thank God... thank you, my baby is okay," she said. Officer St. Onge said he credits his years of military training and training with Marietta Police to know exactly what to do in this crisis to revive a baby. "I'm happy to be one of those officers in the right place at the right time," he said. Little Zeona was taken to Wellstar Kennestone Hospital. She was released from the hospital and doing just fine, according to her mother. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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This girl is at hospital and goes to Heaven after a spinal tap... subscribe and share. This girl is amazing