(CNN) — Under the care of “optimistic” doctors, Jahi McMath — whom a judge and other doctors have declared brain-dead, over her family’s objections — is “improving” days after her release from an Oakland, California, hospital, her family’s lawyer said.
Attorney Chris Dolan detailed some of what’s happened to the 13-year-old girl since her release Sunday from Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland. Specifically, he said that after initially “doing poorly she is stabilizing,” having had tracheotomy and gastrostomy tube procedures.
“She is doing very well and getting the treatment she should have gotten 28 days ago,” Dolan said, referring to what happened to Jahi after a December operation.
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