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Gary, Indiana, the mother who injected feces into son of IV when the treatment of a cancer, was sentenced to 7 years

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An Indiana woman who admitted to injecting fecal matter into her son’s IV bag while he was undergoing treatment from cancer, was convicted and sentenced to seven years in prison on Thursday.

Tiffany, Albert, 44, also was sentenced to serve five years ‘ probation after her sentence, Michael Leffler, a spokesman for the Marion County Prosecutor’s office, told Fox News. She was convicted in September of negligence, and six counts of aggravated battery.

She was found not guilty of attempted murder.

Tiffany, Albert, was convicted and sentenced to seven years in prison on Thursday for injecting fecal matter into her teenage son’s iv bag.
(Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department )

The Wolcott, Ind., the mother was arrested, and in November of 2016 and, after that, she was seen on video surveillance using a syringe to inject a substance into her 15-year-old son’s iv bag.

The hospital staff became suspicious after the teen developed more serious health problems.

The teen has undergone chemotherapy treatment for leukemia, in 2016, the Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, indiana. He developed a blood infection and other ailments, such as fever, vomiting, and diarrhea.

Blood tests showed the organisms commonly found in stool. Alberts also argued that her actions were an attempt to get her son transferred to a different hospital unit, she felt it would improve the quality of care on offer.

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She initially told the police that she injected the water into the drip to “flush” the line.” because the medicine was “burnt out.” Authorities said she later admitted to injecting fecal matter.

The doctors said that the infection is delayed, and the teenager’s treatment for the next two months, by which his health was at risk, the Indianapolis Star reported.

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