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

If this is where the Vatican now makes its stand, then the most vulnerable members of society—which is to say all of us, at some point—are in trouble. By Daniel Payne. Daniel Payne. By Daniel Payne. June 30, 2017. The ugliest political battle ...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 The desperately ill little boy had been due to have his life support withdrawn yesterday.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 »

Charlie Gard: sentenced to death -

A 10-month-old boy is expected to die today, after his parents lost a court battle to keep him alive. Doctors and specialists at the world-renowned Great Ormond Street Hospital for children took the family to court to gain authorisation to withdraw ...and more »

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

Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter announced a lawsuit June 30 against four pharmaceutical companies in a battle against the opioid crisis. (KOKH/Anthony West). AA. OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — Oklahoma's Attorney General has announced a lawsuit against ...and more »

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

Charlie Gard has a form of mitochondrial disease and his parents had wanted to take him for experimental treatment in the US. Photograph: Family handout/PA. UK news. Charlie Gard's parents given more time before life support is turned off. Mother ...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 endure 'worst day of our lives' as doctors to switch off baby's life support within hours -

Charlie Gard's parents are facing the "worst day of our lives" as their baby son's life support machine is set to be switched off on Friday after a long-running legal battle. Chris Gard and Connie Yates wanted the 10-month-old, who suffers from a rare ...and more »

Courts Order Life Support Switched Off for 10-Month-Old Charlie Gard -

A high-profile legal battle by the parents of 10-month-old Charlie Gard appears to have come to an end. On 27 June, a European Court refused to intervene in the case, which saw the High Court of England and Wales rule that the infant — who suffers ...and more »

UK parents want ill baby to die at home - Press Herald

Charlie has a rare genetic condition and resulting brain damage that has robbed him of his ability to move his arms and legs, eat or breathe on his own. The 10-month-old has been connected to machines to help keep him alive. Chris Gard and Connie Yates ...and more »

Parents of brain-damaged baby lose fight to keep him on life support - Fox News

The mother and father of a brain-damaged 11-month-old baby on Friday were sitting bedside with the boy after losing a legal battle that would have kept the boy on life support. The Wall Street Journal reported that doctors at the Great Ormond Street ...and more »