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'''Charlie Gard''' (b.October 2016) is the 10-month-old [[British]] boy with a debilitating genetic condition that the [[European]] courts ruled the child must be taken off of life support, against their parents wishes. The parents have raised funding to get experimental medical treatment in the [[United States]]. The court ruling bans the parents from pursuing an experimental treatment. "[[Doctor]]s even refused to let Charlie’s parents take him home, insisting that he die in the hospital." <ref>[http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/07/03/pope-francis-reverses-vatican-judgment-charlie-gard-siding-parents/ Pope Francis Reverses Vatican Judgment on Charlie Gard Case, Siding with Parents,Breitbart, July 3, 2017]</ref> President [[Donald Trump]] has weighed in on the matter giving support to the parents. [[Pope Francis]] has weighed in on the matter calling for the desire for the parents to accompany and care for their own child to the end will be respected.  
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'''Charlie Gard''' (b.October 2016) is the 10-month-old [[British]] boy with a debilitating genetic condition that the [[European]] courts ruled the child must be taken off of life support, against their parents wishes. The parents have raised funding to get experimental medical treatment in the [[United States]]. The court ruling bans the parents from pursuing an experimental treatment. "[[Doctor]]s even refused to let Charlie’s parents take him home, insisting that he die in the hospital." <ref>[http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/07/03/pope-francis-reverses-vatican-judgment-charlie-gard-siding-parents/ Pope Francis Reverses Vatican Judgment on Charlie Gard Case, Siding with Parents,Breitbart, July 3, 2017]</ref> President [[Donald Trump]] has weighed in on the matter giving support to the parents. [[Pope Francis]] has weighed in on the matter calling for the desire for the parents to accompany and care for their own child to the end will be respected. Charlie is stuck in limbo at Great Ormond Street Hospital as judges weigh in on the case brought to trial by doctors determined to block treatment.  
  
 
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Revision as of 13:28, 10 July 2017

Charlie Gard (b.October 2016) is the 10-month-old British boy with a debilitating genetic condition that the European courts ruled the child must be taken off of life support, against their parents wishes. The parents have raised funding to get experimental medical treatment in the United States. The court ruling bans the parents from pursuing an experimental treatment. "Doctors even refused to let Charlie’s parents take him home, insisting that he die in the hospital." [1] President Donald Trump has weighed in on the matter giving support to the parents. Pope Francis has weighed in on the matter calling for the desire for the parents to accompany and care for their own child to the end will be respected. Charlie is stuck in limbo at Great Ormond Street Hospital as judges weigh in on the case brought to trial by doctors determined to block treatment.

References

  1. Pope Francis Reverses Vatican Judgment on Charlie Gard Case, Siding with Parents,Breitbart, July 3, 2017