Charlie Gard’s parents end legal fight as ‘time runs out’

July 25, 2017

Charlie Gard's parents Connie Yates and Chris Gard read a statement at the High Court after a hearing on their baby's future, in LondonCharlie Gard’s parents have paid tribute to their “absolute warrior” after withdrawing their application to take their terminally ill baby to the US for treatment.

In an emotional statement outside High Court, Chris Gard and Connie Yates said their son could have been a “normal, healthy boy” if their attempts to access experimental therapy for Charlie had not been blocked by the courts.

They defended their decision to fight for treatment, and said their case had been based on the expert opinions of world-renowned specialists in mitochondrial disease.

“All we wanted to do was take Charlie from one world-renowned hospital to another,” Mr Yates said.

2 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • joleenworden says:

    Government Controlled Healthcare is evil. These parents had the absolute right to take their son to the USA for better treatment. The British are idiots as evidenced by their letting Muslims take over their whole country. How Sad.

  • Humble Servant says:

    America, watch what has happened here. This is the result of a government controlled health care system. Wake up and be responsible for your own health care needs and push the government out. I take care of my self and my family, do the same….be independent!!

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