Published October 10, 2006
by Harlequin .
Written in English
Larger Print Intrigue
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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Anjelica Castillo, previously known for 22 years as Baby Hope, was a Mexican-American four-year-old girl from New York City who was murdered in Her body was not identified until The case received national attention due to the young age of the victim and the manner of her death. Jane Doe is a must-read!” —Liz Fenton & Lisa Steinke, bestselling authors of The Good Widow “With biting wit and a complete disregard for societal double standards, Victoria Helen Stone’s antihero will slice a path through your expectations and leave you begging for s: K. In Baby Doe’s case, the birth defect was a correctable condition that would have allowed to him to eat normally. The prognosis was good and a nearby hospital was available to perform the ordinary medical treatment. Even if the surgery was not an option, Baby Doe was . Baby Jane Doe was born with spina bifida, an opening in the spinal column; hydrocephalus, excess fluid on the brain, and microcephaly, an abnormally small brain and head, signifying a brain.
In March of , a Fostoria family found the infant who became known as "Baby Jane." Police called her that because she was considered a Jane Doe, with no . The federal government brought suit -- under Section of the Rehabilitation Act -- to find out from the records whether Baby Jane Doe was being discriminated against because of her handicap. New York Baby Jane Doe The second “Baby Doe” case began in when a girl with spina bifida was born at University Hospital in Stony Brook, New York. Her parents chose not to allow corrective surgical procedures that “were likely to prolong the infant‟s life, but would not improve. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Baby Jane Doe (1 Jan –5 Dec ), Find a Grave Memorial no. , ; Maintained by Josephine (contributor ) Unknown, who reports a Mississippi.