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(KSL News) -- The 12-year old Utah boy at the center of a controversy over parental rights saw an Idaho doctor today.
Physicians at Primary Children's Medical Center had diagnosed Parker Jensen with Ewing's Sarcoma, but his parents disagreed with the diagnosis and refused court-ordered chemotherapy.
Now, under a new deal with the state, the Jensens agree to abide by the new doctor's decision.
The test results likely won't be complete for a few days.