An appellate court is expected to give an attorney for an Ohio children's hospital custody of a 10-year-old Amish girl so she can resume chemotherapy.
This comes after her parents chose to stop the treatments.
Doctors at the Akron Children's Hospital believe Sarah Hershberger has an 85 percent chance of survival if she receives chemotherapy for leukemia.
Without it, they believe she will die within a year.
An appeals court overturned a judge's earlier decision that said preventing parents from making medical decisions for their daughter takes away their rights.
The court ruled that the hospital's attorney, a registered nurse, should be granted limited guardianship and the power to make medical decisions for the girl.