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Charlie Gard: A case that changed everything? - BBC News

Few British legal cases in recent years have proved as controversial or emotionally charged as that over the fate of Charlie Gard, the 11-month-old baby who died on Friday after a lengthy battle over his medical treatment. During the many hours of ...and more »

The grief felt by Charlie Gard's parents now their son is gone will be overwhelming – I know because, at its basest ... - The Independent

Like all parents, we expected that we would have a healthy baby and watch him grow up. Instead, after a very premature birth, we watched our son die and a few weeks later buried him in a cold cemetery. We named him Joshua. He would have been our ...and more »

Ten cases like Charlie Gard's heard in English courts this year - The Guardian

English courts have considered 10 cases involving the disputed medical treatment of children so far this year, the Observer has learned. The news comes as concern grows over the manner in which such cases are dealt with in the wake of the traumatic ...and more »

The Death of a Child: Understanding the Grief Facing Charlie Gard's Parents - Newsweek

Updated | This week, Connie Yates and Chris Gard said goodbye to their son, Charlie Gard. On Thursday, a judge of the British High Court ruled the 11-month-old, who had been suffering from an extremely rare and untreatable genetic disorder known as ...and more »

#CharlieGard: social media turns family tragedy into global war of words - Reuters

LONDON - The social media frenzy surrounding British baby Charlie Gard has turned one family's tragedy into a global debate, drawing donations and death threats, and views from the Vatican to the White House. FILE PHOTO: People campaign to show ...and more »

Charlie Gard's heartbroken parents 'wanted more time to say goodbye' after hospital's 'unnecessary demands' - Mirror.co.uk

The grieving parents of Charlie Gard are reportedly heartbroken at the speed with which his life ended. According to the Mail on Sunday, Connie Yates and Chris Gard desperately wanted more time to say goodbye to their 11-month-old son. A friend of the ...and more »

Charlie Gard's parents 'had no time for proper goodbye before he died' - Metro

The parents of Charlie Gard, who died this week, have claimed they weren't able to give him a 'proper goodbye'. The distraught parents took to Facebook to beg for a moment with their son. Former apprentice jockey, 25, dies just two days before her wedding.and more »

What the Charlie Gard Case Was Never About - American Thinker

In civilization's ongoing battle against the advance of progressive authoritarianism, the story of Charlie Gard – may he rest in peace – is an object lesson in the danger of unclear principles and the value of clear ones. The defenders of the despotism ...and more »

Charlie Gard death: Pope Francis leads tributes for youngster who died of rare genetic condition - The Independent

The Pope has led tributes to Charlie Gard, and prayed for the deceased baby's parents and loved ones. The 11-month-old, who suffered a rare brain disorder, died yesterday. Writing on Twitter, Pope Francis said: “I entrust little Charlie to the Father ...and more »

Charlie Gard: Uncle writes tribute poem after baby dies from rare brain disorder - The Independent

The uncle of Charlie Gard, a baby who died after his parents fought a high-profile court battle to keep him alive, has written a touching poem in his memory. Andy Gard posted the tribute on Instagram, hours after the family announced the boy had died.and more »