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Oklahoma sues pharmaceutical companies in battle against opioid crisis - KOKH FOX25

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — Oklahoma's Attorney General has announced a lawsuit against four pharmaceutical companies in a battle against the opioid crisis. AG Mike Hunter says the suit against Purdue Pharma, Allergan, Cephalon and Janssen was filed ...and more »

The Vatican's Statement On UK Baby Condemned To Die Is Frightening - The Federalist

The ugliest political battle currently underway in Western society is not between Donald Trump and Mika Brzezinski or the United Kingdom and the European Union but between two parents with a dying baby and the British courts. The baby, Charlie Gard ...and more »

Charlie Gard parents given more time to say goodbye to terminally ill son - BBC News

Charlie Gard's parents have been told they will be able to spend more time with their terminally ill baby. Chris Gard and Connie Yates had been expecting their 10-month-old's life support to be turned off on Friday. Great Ormond Street Hospital has ...and more »

Charlie Gard's parents given more time before life support is turned off - The Guardian

Mother Connie Yates says hospital has agreed to let them spend longer with baby and they are 'making precious memories'. Haroon Siddique. Fri 30 Jun 2017 11.46 EDT Last modified on Wed 20 Sep 2017 14.03 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter ...and more »

Bishops offer prayers to parents of terminally ill Charlie Gard - Catholic Herald Online

Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, president of the Pontifical Academy for Life, said the situation of Charlie and his parents 'has meant both pain and hope for all of us'. The Pontifical Academy for Life and the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and ...and more »

The Vatican's Statement on the Charlie Gard Case Is a Disgrace - National Review

Charlie Gard, an infant, is going to die without a treatment that his parents wish to deploy against his mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome, a treatment that they can afford thanks to the generosity of others. The highest court in Europe has sided ...and more »

Charlie Gard's parents have said their baby son's life-support will be switched off today - The Independent

Charlie Gard's parents have said their baby son's life-support will be switched off today. Chris Gard and Connie Yates, both in their 30s from Bedfont, west London, wanted 10-month-old Charlie, who suffers from a rare genetic condition and has brain ...and more »

What Happened To Charlie Gard? Court Says Life Support Can Be Stopped For Sick Boy; Parents Given More Time - Medical Daily

The plight of Charlie Gard's parents to keep him alive has captured hearts around the world, but on Friday, his parents said that British courts ruled it's time to let the terminally ill 10-month-old boy die, the Washington Post reported. The decision ...and more »

Pope Francis helps Charlie Gard's parents win more time to say goodbye to their dying son - and create 'precious ... - Daily Mail

Charlie Gard has been given a few more days of life – following supporters' outrage and even the Pope praying for him. The desperately ill little boy had been due to have his life support withdrawn yesterday. But after his anguished parents begged for ...and more »

Baby's life-support will be switched off today against parents' wishes: judge rules - Lifesite

LONDON, England, June 30, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — All Chris Gard and Connie Yates want is for their little boy to be given a chance. Instead, Great Ormond Street Hospital has won its lawsuit to force him to remain untreated and disconnect his life support.and more »