It seems unimaginable. An 8-year-old autistic boy is diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. He is treated, goes into remission and is given an 85 percent to 90 percent chance of survival. But his mom must continue a "five-phase" regimen of chemotherapy at home.
His mom was supposed to pick up medications, administer them and bring her son back to the hospital for follow-up treatments.
It might seem hard to believe, but in court papers filed in Salem District Court prosecutors charge that's...Full Story