The U.S. Supreme Court has sided with the mother of Tinslee Lewis just a month before the child's second birthday.
Tinslee was born prematurely with an Ebstein's anomaly, a rare and often terminal heart disease. She has been on life support for most of her life while being cared for at Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth.
Doctors are fighting to unhook Tinslee's ventilator under a Texas rule allowing them to refuse treatment if there is nothing more they can do for her.
Tinslee's mother, Trinity Lewis, continues to fight the move to take her child off life support.
The case will now move back to the lower courts where the trial will ultimately decide baby Tinslee's fate.