Hospital staff were called 'evil'.
A clinician who treated Charlie Gard has said the baby’s last days were turned into a “soap opera” with him being kept alive
Last week baby Charlie Gard passed away. I think we all felt a little of what his parents must have gone through. They fought
11-month-old Charlie suffered a rare genetic disease.
25 May: The judges uphold the High Court’s ruling that Charlie’s life-support treatment should end. 8 June: Three Supreme
Judge decides Charlie will move to a hospice without intensive support.
Charlie would have turned one next week.
The parents of Charlie Gard have accused Great Ormond Street Hospital of “denying us our final wish” after a High Court judge
UPDATE: Charlie’s Parents Accuse Great Ormond Street Hospital Of ‘Denying Our Final Wish’ A High Court judge has approved
They have until noon on Thursday.
The judge in the Charlie Gard case has ordered the little boy be taken to a hospice to die, unless his parents and Great
His parents want to bring him home.
Tragic Charlie Gard’s parents have made a final plea for help to bring the terminally ill 11-month-old home. Chris Gard and
High Court to make a decision on Wednesday.
Terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard is unlikely to be allowed to spend his final days at home with his parents, a High Court
They want to bring their terminally ill son home.
It comes a day after Charlie’s parents dropped their legal battle to take their terminally ill child to the US for experimental
'It cannot and could not have assisted Charlie.'
Great Ormond Street Hospital has said a US doctor who gave tragic Charlie Gard’s parents hope their son would benefit from
'We are so sorry we couldn't save you.'