Sick baby Charlie, according to hospital not die at home
The parents of the English baby Charlie Gard want the last days with their very ill child at home to spend, but according to the hospital can’t do that because the artificial respiration, which he needs only in the hospital.
This left the London hospital where Charlie is, Tuesday, for the court to know.
Lawyer Grant Armstrong said earlier in the day that the hospital obstacles would be raised to Charlie’s home to let them die. “We are struggling with the difficulties that the hospital sees for the short time the parents have with Charlie,” said Armstrong
The Great Ormond Street Hospital showed through her lawyer know the desire of the parents to meet to want to come if this is “practically possible”. The lawyer also said that the parents, an offer of mediation had been rejected.
The court’s Wednesday ruling on the case.
Parents Gard and Yates gave Monday in their legal battle to the life of their child. They were with the hospital at odds over the treatment of their child.
The parents wanted their son to the United States for an experimental treatment, but according to the doctors that made no sense.
Charlie already has irreparable brain damage and the experimental treatment would be the suffering of the child only but extend. The British High Council and the European Court for Human Rights gave the hospital in an earlier stage right.
Monday was the parents clear that a treatment in the USA “too late” would come for the boy.