Suspension in case of death sick baby Charlie
london - The terminally ill baby Charlie Gard must be kept alive until next week on Tuesday. The European Court of Human Rights ruled on Friday according to British media that doctors can not stop the medical support that the boy is alive.
The treatment of Charlie is the use of legal battle between the parents and the British authorities. Doctors do not see treatment options and want to let the child die dignified. The parents think differently and want the 10-month-old baby to undergo an experimental treatment in the United States.
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Parents Chris Gard and Connie Yates fought earlier with British judges and therefore went to the European Court. That said Friday needed more time to study the case. Charlie has been in a British hospital since October last year. He suffers from a rare genetic disorder and can not move, hear, cry and swallow.
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