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London, 10/07/2017. Charlie Gard's parents, Connie Yates and Chis Gard, leave the Royal Courts of Justice after a hearing at the High Court accompanied by Alasdair Seton-Marsden (Family friend). The British judge, Mr Justice Francis, has imposed Charlie's parents 48 hours to provide new evidence about an untested therapy which the parents think would be effective to improve the health of the 11-month-old baby. From Wikipedia: <<Charlie Gard (born 4 August 2016) is a British boy with a rare genetic condition known as a mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome. While receiving treatment at Great Ormond Street Hospital, decisions about his care were taken to various law courts, where a ruling that the hospital could lawfully withdraw all treatment save for palliative care went against the wishes of his parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates from Bedfont, London. They campaigned to keep him alive on life support and travel to the United States for experimental treatment despite doctors and judges saying it would not help and cause him "significant harm"[…]>>.
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London, 10/07/2017. Charlie Gard's parents, Connie Yates and Chis Gard, leave the Royal Courts of Justice after a hearing at the High Court accompanied by Alasdair Seton-Marsden (Family friend). The British judge, Mr Justice Francis, has imposed Charlie's parents 48 hours to provide new evidence about an untested therapy which the parents think would be effective to improve the health of the 11-month-old baby. From Wikipedia: <<Charlie Gard (born 4 August 2016) is a British boy with a...
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