london - The sick British baby Charlie Gard is transferred to a hospice to spend the last few hours before the respiration is disconnected. That ruled the London judge on Thursday, reported Sky News.
Charlie, an eleven month old boy, suffers from an extremely rare genetic disorder which causes progressive brain damage and muscle weakness. Artificial breathing still keeps him alive.
The parents of the terminal sick Charlie agreed on Wednesday that their son went to a hospice, but would like to spend a few days with him before he dies. They gave a legal battle to make him die at home.