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  Sun Hudson case - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Sun Hudson case concerned Wanda Hudson and her infant son, who was allowed to die via removal of his breathing tube, contrary to her wishes.
Hudson gave birth to a son with an unknown father (she is said to believe his father was the Sun) on September 25, 2004 at St.
Hudson's mental competence; she was quoted by The Dallas Morning News as saying that she didn't seek prenatal care "because I trusted in the sun", who she claimed fathered the baby.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sun_Hudson   (567 words)

 The Institute for the Medical Humanities at UTMB - Announcements
The Hudson case is in court partly because the hospital lacks confidence in the mother's mental competence.
Hudson that Sun should be allowed to die peacefully, she said they wanted to "murder" him because they didn't understand he's special.
Hudson said, she saw "a handsome baby boy that's full of life, love and energy, just raring to go." Hospital officials have said the baby is not conscious and lies almost motionless.
www.utmb.edu /imh/announcements.asp?id=38   (887 words)

 Local10.com - Health - Houston Mother Loses Fight To Keep Baby On Life Support
Sun Hudson was born with a fatal genetic disorder.
Texas Children's Hospital said it was "deeply saddened" to report that Sun Hudson died from the affects of a lethal and incurable genetic deformity.
Hudson said her son just needed time to grow and to be weaned off of the ventilator he was on since birth.
www.local10.com /health/4286333/detail.html   (697 words)

 Past Peak: Sun Hudson, Terri Schiavo
Sun's death marks the first time a hospital has been allowed by a U.S. judge to discontinue an infant's life-sustaining care against a parent's wishes, according to bioethical experts.
In the Hudson case, for the first time ever, a hospital bureacracy terminates the life of a child (who was not in a vegetative state), against his family's wishes, when the family can't pay their bills.
According to Ward, the use to which the hospital put the law in the Hudson case was unanticipated and unintended by the law's authors.
www.pastpeak.com /archives/2005/03/sun_hudson_terr.htm   (1054 words)

 William Rivers Pitt | Dictators, Tyrants and Fools   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Hudson was born with a genetic disorder and was sustained by machines from the day of his birth.
Five-month-old Sun Hudson was removed from his life-sustaining machines by a Texas law signed by then-Governor George W. Bush in 1999.
Sun Hudson was African-American, and neither Congress nor Mr.
www.truthout.org /cgi-bin/artman/exec/view.cgi/38/9804   (2090 words)

 Delay Hypocrisy: The GOP Using The Schiavo Case For Political Gain. Who Cries for Sun Hudson?
Sun was 17 pounds and six months old when the staff at Texas Children's Hospital removed his breathing tube and allowed him to die this week.
Sun was born with a fatal form of dwarfism characterized by short arms, short legs and lungs too small.
In the case of little Sun Hudson, the doctors paid to defend the hospital’s decision to end his life said, “This isn't murder.
www.opednews.com /wade_032005_delay_schiavo.htm   (1945 words)

 Sun Chemical
Sun Chemical, headquartered in Fort Lee, NJ, offered space in its Carlstadt, NJ facility as a contingency Emergency Operations Center that the Red Cross would use in the event its primary facility was incapacitated.
Sun Chemical, the world's largest producer of printing inks and pigments, is a leading provider of materials to packaging, publication, coatings, plastics, cosmetics, and other industrial markets.
Sun Chemical Corporation in the United States of America and Sun Chemical Limited in England are subsidiaries of Sun Chemical Group B.V., the Netherlands.
www.sunchemical.com /press_2003_1_1090334223748.htm   (610 words)

 Mark A. R. Kleiman: Schiavo, Hudson, and Nikolouzos
Sun Hudson, a six-month-old boy with a fatal congenital disease, died Thursday after a Texas hospital, over his mother's objections, withdrew his feeding tube.
Sun Hudson is dead, but 68-year-old Spiro Nikolouzos is still alive, thanks to an emergency appeals court order issued yesterday.
It appears that Sun Hudson was, and Spiro Nilolouzos is, persistently vegetative.
www.samefacts.com /archives/_/2005/03/schiavo_hudson_and_nikolouzos.php   (1026 words)

 News 8 Austin | 24 Hour Local News | TOP STORIES
Sun Hudson has been diagnosed with a fatal genetic disorder characterized by a tiny chest and lungs too small to support life.
His mother, Wanda Hudson, has been fighting the hospital and believed that he just needed time to grow to be weaned off the ventilator.
Texas law allows hospitals to end life support in cases such as this but requires that families be given 10 days to find another facility to care for the patient.
www.news8austin.com /content/top_stories/default.asp?ArID=133146   (160 words)

 Las Vegas SUN: Hudson Accepts Libel Damages From Magazine
Kate Hudson has accepted libel damages from the British edition of the National Enquirer for an article that claimed she was dangerously thin - the weekly tabloid's second settlement with a Hollywood celebrity in recent days.
Hudson's settlement came two days after the National Enquirer's British edition apologized to Britney Spears for reporting in two stories last month that she was ready to divorce Kevin Federline.
American Media Inc., the tabloid's Boca Raton, Fla.-based publisher, apologized to Hudson for "the deep distress and acute embarrassment" the allegations, which it acknowledged were false, had caused.
www.lasvegassun.com /sunbin/stories/look/2006/jul/20/072002720.html   (462 words)

 Hudson River exhibit goes back to nature Chicago Sun-Times - Find Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The Hudson River School artists were the first to develop a characteristic style.
By the end of the 19th century, the paintings were considered to be "old-fashioned." But after World War I, there was a renewal of interest sparked by patriotism, and these landscapes were viewed as evidence of the simplicity of life in the United States.
Sometimes the Hudson River is called "America's Rhine" because sections of its shore resemble the Rhine River in Germany.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qn4155/is_20001208/ai_n13891031   (491 words)

 lexisONE(R) Court Reinstates Infant Life-Support Order   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The 1st Court of Appeals reinstated the order keeping 4-month-old Sun Hudson on life support Wednesday, just hours after a probate court judge lifted the order.
Sun suffers from thanatophoric dysplasia, a genetic condition characterized by extremely short limbs, a narrow chest, small ribs and underdeveloped lungs.
Hudson hasn't seen her son in more than a month but says she believes she communicates with him telepathically.
www.lexisone.com /news/ap/ap021805h.html   (265 words)

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 FOXNews.com - Politics - Bush Criticized for End-of-Life Laws   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Hudson's mother, Wanda, put up a fight when doctors advised removing Sun from a respirator.
Doctors at Texas Children's Hospital unanimously agreed that Sun would never breathe on his own, was in pain and would eventually die from his condition.
But Wanda Hudson objected, telling doctors that her baby was a gift from the sun and would not die.
www.earlham.edu /~guttecu/articles/FOXNews.htm   (646 words)

 Santa Cruz Indymedia: Florida vs. Texas: Jerry Brown on the death of a 6-mo.-old child taken off life support & the ...
The death of Sun Hudson - a 6-month-old with a fatal genetic disorder who was taken off life support against his mother's wishes in a Texas hospital last week - adds some depth to the emotional debate over the fate of Terri Schiavo.
Wanda Hudson, Sun's mother, also considers her son to be a victim of murder.
Hudson thinks Sun could have defeated the odds with more time on a respirator.
santacruz.indymedia.org /otherpress/display/509   (486 words)

 Hudson Valley Magazine
Scenic Hudson’s 15-acre park has trails that connect to Mt. Beacon, the 1,900-acre Fishkill Ridge Conservation Area, and Hudson Highlands State Park; 30 miles of trails in all.
Explore four wetland areas along the Hudson: Piermont Marsh and Iona Island, Rockland County; Tivoli Bays, Dutchess; and Stockport Flats; Columbia.
Seven miles of Hudson River and Schodak Creek shoreline, facilities include double-lane boat launch, riverside promenade, cross-country skiing, fishing, hiking, hunting, nature trail, picnic tables, and snowshoeing trails.
www.hudsonvalleymagazine.com /insiders_guide2003/great_outdoors.shtml   (1636 words)

 Dinesh Patil's Weblog
It is based on the source code for Sun Java System Application Server PE 9 donated by Sun Microsystems and TopLink persistence code donated by Oracle.
Hudson is deployed on GlassFish Server on promoted build #41 of GlassFish.
Hudson application monitors executions of repeated jobs, such as building a software project or jobs run by cron.
blogs.sun.com /dpatil/entry/glassfish_builds_on_hudson   (362 words)

 HealthLawProf Blog: Life-Support Stopped for 6-Month-Old in Houston (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.isi.jhu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Yesterday Sun Hudson, the nearly 6-month-old at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, diagnosed and slowly dying with a rare form of dwarfism (thanatophoric dysplasia), was taken off the ventilator that was keeping him alive.
In the Hudson case, the hospital ran through the statutory procedure, but decided nonetheless to get a court order authorizing withdrawal of Sun Hudson's ventilator support.
On the other hand, the physicians, hospital, and ethics committee appear to agree that Sun's condition was fatal and that his protracted death was not without some suffering.
lawprofessors.typepad.com.cob-web.org:8888 /healthlawprof_blog/2005/03/lifesupport_sto.html   (871 words)

 TOP STORIES | KHOU.com | News for Houston, Texas
Sun Hudson died shortly after being taken off the ventilator Tuesday afternoon while his mother was holding him.
With the nearly six-month battle over, Wanda Hudson spoke with reporters shortly after her son passed away.
From the beginning, doctors at Texas Children's Hospital said her son, named Sun, suffered from a condition, which wouldn't allow his lungs to grow and they felt it would be inhumane to keep him alive.
www.khou.com /topstories/stories/khou050315_cd_babysun.13e26d290.html   (398 words)

 The Anniston Star - Why no fuss over the tragic death of Sun Hudson?
There were no network news bulletins when Sun Hudson died.
On the day Sun Hudson died, the U.S. Congress was considering emergency legislation designed to prolong the life — or, perhaps more accurately, the existence — of another person for whom doctors felt treatment was futile.
Meanwhile, Sun Hudson died the kind of death that is routinely suffered by thousands of people for whom treatment is deemed futile.
www.annistonstar.com /opinion/2005/as-insight-0408-0-5d07q2627.htm   (677 words)

 Amazon.fr : Apalachee: Livres en anglais: Joyce Rockwood Hudson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Known mainly for her YA novels (To Spoil the Sun), Hudson turns to adult fiction in this sweeping novel of Native American life during the early colonial period.
A medicine man's's vision tells Lucia she is to be the White Sun Woman, the priestess of the tribe.
The Apalachees were caught in the vise between the two colonial powers, much to their distress, a situation Hudson develops in her sensitive but robust historical novel.
www.amazon.fr /Apalachee-Joyce-Rockwood-Hudson/dp/0820321907   (562 words)

 Hudson Sun Scrabble Article January 23 2002
The success of the first Saturday Scrabble tournament at the Hudson Public Library last week has prompted a second tournament Saturday, Feb. 16.
In the Jan. 12 event at the Hudson Public Library, the experienced Loiterstein easily beat all comers, using interjections like " er " and the word " ka " (a person’s soul in ancient Egypt).
Greenwood said she hopes Hudson teachers will try to introduce Scrabble in their classrooms, calling it " a great tool for vocabulary and spelling.
www.scrabbleclub.com /hudsonsun2.htm   (841 words)

 TownOnline.com - Hudson Sun   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
HUDSON - The Ninety Nine Restaurant raised $2,400 to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest...
The Hudson Catholic High School gymnasium, nicknamed the "gymatorium" by students, was dedicated to the memory of the late Roger K. Kane,...
Hudson had to wait an extra night to have its Division 3 showdown with Oakmont Regional.
www.townonline.com /hudson   (358 words)

 Winnipeg Sun: Hudson not shocked
NEW YORK -- The rest of the country was stunned, but Jennifer Hudson says her ejection this week from American Idol didn't surprise her.
Use these links to find the Sun stories you are looking for.
Sun Media: Toronto Sun / Ottawa Sun / Edmonton Sun / London Free Press / Calgary Sun
www.canoe.ca /NewsStand/WinnipegSun/Spotlight/2004/04/24/434150.html   (326 words)

 /dev/random » Blog Archive » What about Sun Hudson?
While Bush & congress fight to keep Terri Schiavo alive, despite her being brain dead for 15 years, 6 month old Sun Hudson was allowed to die without a fight when he was taken off life support against his parent’s wishes.
“Texas Children’s Hospital is deeply saddened to report that Sun Hudson has died from the affects of thanatophoric dysplasia,” the hospital said in a statement issued Tuesday.
Hospital officials recommended the case be taken to court and offered to pay Hudson’s attorney fees “in an effort to ensure that her and her son’s interests have been adequately represented.”
mcdevzone.com /2005/03/23/what-about-sun-hudson   (327 words)

 Body Double
The boy suffocated within seconds, legally killed -- against the wishes of his anguished mother -- in accordance with a draconian law signed as a "cost-saving" measure by the state's former governor: George W. Bush.
Sun suffered from an extreme form of dwarfism, which is incurable and usually fatal.
Simple: There was no political hay to be made from Sun Hudson's plight.
www.informationclearinghouse.info /article8359.htm   (968 words)

 AlterNet: MediaCulture: No Life Support for You
If their actions are cynical, they aren't completely so, and reporters would be doing a disservice by suggesting as much – just as they would be by ignoring the memo all together.
The Hudson and Nikolous cases fall under the Texas Futile Care Law, which was signed into law by then-governor George W. Bush.
The specifics of each case are different, but the central issue remains the same: whether the state should be able to sanction the removal of a human being from life support.
www.alternet.org /mediaculture/21571   (1048 words)

 Amazon.com: When the Sun Is the Moon: Music: Hudson Bell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
This DJ found Hudson Bell's, "Captain of the Old Girls" a few years ago and was stunned by its brilliant song-writer and great guitars.
Hudson Bell takes a ballad and rips its out so that you actually feel the story he tells.
I waited for his next one for far too long and found "When the Sun is the Moon" this October.
www.amazon.com /When-Sun-Moon-Hudson-Bell/dp/B000BCKFO8   (620 words)

 Ottawa Sun Online: Hudson blanks Jays
Hudson pitched an eight-hitter to end a record-tying run of seven straight no-decisions for Athletics starters and Oakland beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-0 yesterday.
ET each day and includes stories and columns from the day's print edition of the Sun.
Sun Media: Toronto Sun / Calgary Sun / Edmonton Sun / London Free Press / Winnipeg Sun
www.canoe.ca /NewsStand/OttawaSun/Sports/2004/06/06/pf-487724.html   (334 words)

 Pulling the plug on politics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
I wonder if Wanda Hudson of Texas is surprised by Majority Leader DeLay's sudden passion for "the medical care and therapy that all patients deserve?" That's exactly what she'd been trying to get for her 6-month-old son who was born with a rare form of dwarfism on Sept. 25.
Wanda Hudson's pleas for extraordinary intervention on Sun's behalf fell on deaf ears despite the "pro-life" pedigree of that state's ruling political class.
She invited the media to see for itself that Sun was still a viable person who responded to her despite expert medical prognosis, but the hospital cited "privacy concerns" for keeping the cameras away.
www.post-gazette.com /pg/05081/475407.stm   (672 words)

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