Judge ends oversight in chemo fight of Amish girl from Medina

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MEDINA, Ohio -- A judge in northeastern Ohio has formally ended the court-ordered guardianship of an Amish girl who fought a hospital's attempts to force her to resume chemotherapy.

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The move announced Friday comes more than a year after the girl's guardian said she was dropping her efforts to force the girl into chemotherapy for leukemia.

The girl's parents had halted chemotherapy two years ago because they feared it was killing her. Doctors had said she would die without the treatments.

The judge ended the guardianship after being told that the girl no longer shows signs of being sick. She is now 12.

Sarah and her parents returned to their farm in Medina County a few months after they went into hiding in the fall of 2013 to avoid the treatments.

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