Charlie Gard Set To Die In A Hospice After Mother And Father Receive He Can’T Pass Home

But Great Ormond Street Hospital said that the “invasive ventilation” that the infant required could be provided only in a hospital.
The parents had said that their last wish was to spend several days at home with Charlie before his life support was removed.
Shortly after that, the life support would be removed.
But Great Ormond Street Hospital said that arrangement was not feasible amid concerns that the doctor organizing the care was not a pediatric intensive care specialist.
scan last week, medical experts concluded that the treatment would no longer be effective, and Charlie’s parents agreed that life support should be withdrawn.

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