An 11-year-old First Nations girl whose decision to refuse chemotherapy in favour of traditional aboriginal medicine caused an uproar last year is now receiving both treatments as she fights a rare form of leukemia. A Brantford, Ont., judge, who ruled last November that as a First Nation person, the girl had the right to choose her health-care procedures, was back on the case Friday to provide a clarification of his original ruling, which many said would put the girl’s life at risk.