Less than a month after 11-month-old Charlie Gard passed away, his parents have announced that they are about to launch a foundation aimed at helping other children with mitochondrial and other rare childhood diseases.
Sky News is publishing a minute-by-minute blog on today’s court proceedings involving 11 month-old Charlie Gard, including the dust-up between Charlie’s parents and the judge as well as testimony from a US expert who describes the kind of treatment he is proposing to improve the boy’s life.
Believers from around the world are committing to pray for 12 hours for 11-month old Charlie Gard, who is dying of mitochondrial depletion syndrome in a London hospital, whose fate may be decided tomorrow at England’s High Court.
The Vatican’s Bambino Gesu pediatric hospital in Rome is offering to take in 10 month-old Charlie Gard, the British infant who is suffering from a terminal disease in a UK hospital that has won the right to discontinue his life support. Another hospital in the U.S. has also offered to take in the child and treat him free-of-charge.
The 10 month-old baby boy who has been at the center of furious fight for the right of his parents to determine the child’s fate, will have his life support terminated today.