Four B.C. sextuplets doing fine

The Calgary Sun/July 14, 2007

Vancouver -- The lawyer for the parents of B.C.'s four surviving sextuplets said the children are at home and doing well.

Shane Brady said the infants have been at home for months.

He said their parents, who are Jehovah's Witnesses, are happy to have them out of the hospital.

Two of the babies died after they were born at B.C. Children's Hospital in January.

The couple is involved in a legal battle over the B.C. government's seizure of some of the infants for blood transfusions, a medical procedure not accepted by their religion.

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