Charlie Gard's mother was back in court today, locked in a new battle over whether she can bring her terminally ill baby home to die.
Charlie Gard's parents have accused Great Ormond Street Hospital of putting "obstacles in the way" of him going home to die.
Bambino Gesu Hospital had offered to treat the 11-month-old boy while his parents were trying to persuade UK courts to tell Great Ormond Street Hospital in London to release the boy for treatment in the United States. His parents said they knew the chance of the experimental treatment working was slim, but they wanted to try anyway for Charlie's sake. The hospital's lawyer, Katie Gollop, broke the news to the child's parents at a pre-court hearing Friday in London.
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Desperate to say their goodbyes at home, Chris and Connie have even offered to pay for a mobile ventilator and medics which will allow Charlie to leave hospital. They have one final wish - to take him home, put him to bed and kiss him goodbye. "Due to delay, that window of opportunity has been lost", Armstrong said. "It must be provided in a specialist setting by specialists", the document said. He is now on life support and unable to move his limbs or eat or breathe without assistance.
Charlie's parents subsequently failed to overturn his ruling in the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court in London. Doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital say that the treatment won't help and could cause the child pain. The parents pleaded with the court to let them take Charlie to the USA for experimental treatment. "The key obstacle and one which the hospital can not see a way around is the reality of invasive ventilation that Charlie requires".
Mr Justice Francis is overseeing the latest dispute at a public hearing in the Family Division of the High Court. We are now going to spend our last precious moments with our son Charlie, who unfortunately won't make his first birthday in just under two weeks' time, and we will ask our privacy is respected at this very hard time.
Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) argued that Charlie's condition had progressed too far, and that no specialists could help him.
Addressing the question arguably at the core of the Charlie Gard case, Francis J laid out the circumstances in which the parents' autonomy over their own child can and must sometimes be overridden by the state, in the form of its medical services, this intervention supervised by the courts. Dr. Melissa Moschella said the hospital's effort represented a "quality of life" ethic that says human life is valuable only if it meets certain capacities, and that it is moreover a violation of parental rights.