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Child prodigy Shirley Cheng, a blind and physically disabled author and poet of 5 books by age 23, advocates parental rights in children's medical care. "When doctors ask yes or no, parents should have the right to say no," says Shirley, survivor of the 1990 internationally broadcast 5-month custody case against a doctor. Juliet Cheng was on CBS This Morning with Paula Zahn. www.ShirleyCheng.com






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