We aren't talking about starving a child was is abuse (there are laws against that) and which means the difference between life and death. There is no evidence that 100% states that she will live after having chemo. If you can't see the difference, I can't help you.
I'm not trying to prove CT law is wrong. I'm pointing out the fact that some of you are applauding the government thinking for other adults and their almost-adult child. You think it's great. I find it disturbing. When I'm interested in the government's opinion on how long I should live, I'll ask them. Until then, they shouldn't assume it's their right to decide when I live and when I die. This isn't communist Russia.