The doctor informed police that the victim grew in both height and weight while under medical care, "simply because he was receiving appropriate nutrition. As a result of the appointment, the teen was immediately admitted into an acute care setting. She insisted she "did everything" for her son and didn't understand why she couldn't treat him at home. Estrada called the genetics testing personnel at Hershey Medical Center and stated that her son "has no medical issues that require hospitalization," according to court documents. Chambersburg police responded to a home on Kelhigh Drive to assist Children and Youth Services in the early hours of Oct. The victim remained at Hershey Medical Center from Oct. Police noted Estrada "voiced anger" at the specialist for genetics that was treating her son.
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