Religion and Medical Neglect

@article{Sinal2008ReligionAM,
  title={Religion and Medical Neglect},
  author={Sara H. Sinal and Elaine Cabinum-Foeller and Rebecca R. S. Socolar},
  journal={Southern Medical Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={101},
  pages={703-706}
}
This is a literature review of religion-associated medical neglect of children. It attempts to document the most common denominations involved in religion-associated medical neglect. There is a discussion of the history of religious exemptions to medical care and health risks to children as a result of religious exemption. Suggestions are made for the clinician regarding recognition and management of religion-associated medical neglect in children. 
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