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"Stephen's Law" would require medical providers to notify authorized guardians of signs of relapse

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"Stephen's Law" would require medical providers to notify authorized guardians of signs of relapse

"Stephen's Law" would require medical providers to notify authorized guardians of signs of relapse

Stephen Canastraro was receiving treatment for chemical dependence, but he relapsed and died.

His mother, who was on his guardian consent form, did not know he was showing sings of relapse.

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