Tinslee’s health problems require her to be hooked up to machines to breathe and eat.
The video above is from July.
The mother of a 1-year-old Tinslee Lewis disputes claims made in a recent court filing by Cook Children’s Medical Center saying they “don’t tell the truth” about the baby’s condition.
Tinslee has been hospitalized since birth with grave lung and heart problems. She is hooked up to machines in order to breathe and eat.
The hospital wants to end her medical care.
On Tuesday, attorneys for Cook Children’s asked the Supreme Court of Texas to make a ruling soon because Tinslee’s condition continues to worsen, according to a supplement to an emergency motion.
“Cook’s recent court filings don’t tell the truth about my little girl’s condition and show Cook’s will say anything to have my daughter’s life ended,” Trinity Lewis said in a statement Thursday.
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