Release Elizabeth Wray to  her to her parents.
  • Petitioned Boston’s Children’s Hospital

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Boston’s Children’s Hospital

Release Elizabeth Wray to her to her parents.

    1. Molly Lang
    2. Petition by

      Molly Lang


Elizabeth Wray is a teenager suffering from PANDAS and Lyme Disease. Boston’s Children’s Hospital has essentially kidnapped her and is refusing to treat her for PANDAS. They immediately reintroduced gluten and dairy into her diet despite having been gluten- and dairy-free previously. They are refusing to treat her for PANDAS and are instead forcing her to take unnecessary and harmful antipsychotics against her and her parents' consent. They are causing so much more harm than good. Elizabeth needs to be treated for PANDAS and given back to her loving, responsible parents.

To read more about Elizabeth's situation:

Free Elizabeth Wray page on Facebook:

To learn about PANDAS:

Boston Children's Hospital Facebook page:

The general number at the hospital is 617-355-6000.

Some people to contact:

Dr. Othman Mohammad

Dr. Simona Bigourno

Dr. Gary Gosselin
fax 617-730-0917

Dr. Lydia Shrier 617-355-7181

Elizabeth Holleran, child abuse social worker

Deb Sorentino, child protection team

Ellen Rothstein, Esq. Associate General Counsel

James Mandell, Chief Executive Officer

Sandra Fenwick, President & Chief Operating Officer

Stuart Novick, General Counsel 617-355-4937

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 1,500 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Mary Jane Dorr MISSION VIEJO, CA
      • 10 months ago

      Boston Children's Hospital has been giving way too much carte blanche! It's time for parents and patients to get their rights back!

    • Esdras Gonzalez SAN DIEGO, CA
      • 10 months ago

      Child rights.

    • Gary Allard TAMPA, FL
      • 10 months ago

      How dare you take this child from her parents against the diagnosis of her former doctors

    • Bridget Hazel MIDLOTHIAN, VA
      • 10 months ago

      I have a child with an Auto Immune disorder and am thankful to have amazing doctors.

    • paul goodwin FAYETTEVILLE, NC
      • 10 months ago

      it should be inportant to all of us. shows what social medicine is all about. No individual rights, the state has all the power. This child is suffering as are her parents.


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