Charlie Gard Will Be Moved To Hospice For Very Last Hours

A UK High Court judge has ruled that Charlie should be moved from Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) to a hospice , where he will “inevitably” die within a short period.
“Charlie’s parents said in a statement they have been denied their last wish.
“We deeply regret that profound and heartfelt differences between Charlie’s doctors and his parents have had to be played out in court over such a protracted period,” a GOSH spokesperson said in a statement.
“It has been a uniquely painful and distressing process for all concerned,” the spokesperson said, adding: “Every single one of us wishes there could have been a less tragic outcome.
Story highlights New: Parents say “we just want some peace with our son”Parents say “we just want some peace with our son” Legal dispute followed over where and when he would die ended by judge’s rulingHospital says it “wishes there could have been a less tragic outcome”London (CNN) Charlie Gard, the terminally ill baby at the center of a bitter legal battle that has garnered global attention, is to have his life support treatment withdrawn.

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