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Charlie Gard didn’t make it to his first birthday. The baby died on Friday (July 28) after his parents gave up a protracted legal battle with a London hospital over whether he could be successfully treated in the United States for a rare genetic condition.
Little Charlie Gard’s fight for life is now over and he is at home with the Lord.
The parents of little Charlie Gard are fighting to be able to be by his side for his last hours of life.
It’s every parent’s nightmare. Your child is suffering and you are powerless to do anything about it. In most cases you would exhaust all treatment options, consult leading specialists, and even travel the globe to find a hospital for your child.
After a prolonged fight to save their sick baby’s life, Charlie Gard’s parents have been forced to end the heartbreaking struggle.
The parents of Charlie Gard reportedly stormed out of a court hearing today after the judge alleged that they said they did not want their son’s life prolonged if there was no chance for him to improve.
By now, most of us have probably heard about the controversy surrounding the treatment of 11-month-old Charlie Gard.
Critically ill baby Charlie Gard has been receiving an outpouring of support from people around the world. Republican lawmakers in the U.S. have even offered to introduce legislation that would grant Charlie U.S. resident status. Charlie's case has sparked both support and debate.<p><p>The controversy began when the hospital where Charlie has spent his whole life thus far refused to treat him further and appealed to the courts. The courts ruled in favor of the hospital and ordered Charlie’s life support to be removed.<p><p>This was completely against the wishes of Charlie’s parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates. Gard and Yates want to keep fighting Charlie’s health battle and were hoping to bring him to the U.S. where doctors have developed a new, experimental treatment for his condition.<p><p>Now, a UK judge has ruled that Charlie's parents and their legal team have two days to submit evidence that Charlie should not be taken off life support. Below are nine things you should know about this important case.<p><p>Photo courtesy: GoFundMe/Charlie Gard
A UK judge has given the parents of critically ill Charlie Gard two days to present “new and powerful evidence” that their son should not be taken off of life support.
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