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Charlie Gard Parents Won’t Be Spending His Last Days In The Commodity Of Their Home

Charlie Gard’s parents are canceling their request to have their loved son die in the commodity in their own home.

“We promised Charlie every day we would take him home. It seems really upsetting, after everything we’ve been through, to deny us this,” Connie Yates stated Tuesday, asking for permission for Charlie to spent his last days in a nursing home before the ventilator he uses is turned off and he dies.

According to Attorney Grant Armstrong who stated for London’s High Court, many employees from Great Ormond Street Hospital will volunteer their free days to deliver care for the baby.

“We believe we are able to put in place a plan of nursing staff, funded privately. Several nurses from Great Ormond Street have volunteered to assist. May I pay tribute to these nurses,” he said.

A medical equipment company proposed to donate a ventilator for Charlie to the family, and a doctor volunteered to supervise the treatment.

The hospital refuses to fulfill the parents’ wish their son to die in the tranquility of his home, because as stated the ventilator is too big to be fitted through their home’s door.

And that isn’t the only problem. The equipment is inflexible and hard to move, and in order to get it into the house, Charlie must be taken off from his ventilator.

Anyhow, the Attorney stated that there is a possibility to move the infant to the nursing home.

“In itself, transfer should not be a difficult issue,” he said, adding that if the baby’s breathing tube became displaced, it could easily be put back.

According to Judge Nicholas Francis cure for sensitive issues like this is “for mediation,” but both the hospital and parents think this very abstract way of coping.

During the court hearing the two sides shared angry arguments, when Armstrong cracked, “Give them some peace!” Katie Gollop, the lawyer who represents the hospital.

Charlie has a very rare disease named mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome, that causes brain damage and also no possibility of recovery.

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  1. Cheryl Uzdarwin

    July 26, 2017 at 6:33 pm

    As a nurse I do understand the difficulty of moving all the equipment but it can be done and if people have volunteered to help monitor the baby and the equipment in his own home, what is the problem?

  2. Sharon

    July 26, 2017 at 6:40 pm

    Let the parents have him, nursing home or wherever they desire. It is their baby. The hospital is STEALING their baby. They should be prosecuted & fined. That dear baby belongs to his parents—no one else. This is making me furious. Somebody doesn’t have their heads on straight & it isn’t the parents. SO DISGUSTING & A HORRIFIC ACT OF STOLEN PROPERTY. STUPOID


    July 26, 2017 at 6:41 pm

    The intense love of baby Charlie by his parents is beautiful in a day when US Liberals consider preborn infants and problem births “things that people throw away.” On our side of the Atlantic our Supreme Court and Federal Legislature have purged our naton of 100M babies since 1973 and the Liberals of the US march for the right to continue the purging process. The love of Charlie’s parents is a precious commodity in a day of infanticide here in our land.


    July 26, 2017 at 6:44 pm


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  7. Peter J Haag

    July 26, 2017 at 6:54 pm

    When it is your time Little Charlie Gard, you rise up with the angels and Rest In Peace. I think it a wonderful thing that your parents were such loving, caring & wonderful parents. You have been and will always be the light that shined brightest in their eyes and they loved you. Your departure from this place will be sad and somber but we all will think of you and pray that your parent’s anguish fades to a peaceful joy as you find your way home. Take care little man. God speed!!!

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  9. Louis Gipson

    July 26, 2017 at 6:56 pm

    They must be using a ventilator that is 20 to 40 old. I provide care for small children on ventilators in their homes and the ventilators are the size of a breadbox and easily carried by one hand.

  10. Therese Kolodziej

    July 26, 2017 at 7:13 pm

    Since when does the government have more power over the parents. Their decision should be honored. If you can fit the equipment Charlie needs in a nursing home, you sure could fit it in the parents house. You have to remove it from him for a short time to enter the nursing home, you should be able to do it at his home. Sure glad this is U.S. as we don’t have the same laws. The courts playing around & the hospital delayed the treatment that may have saved him.

  11. Joan

    July 26, 2017 at 7:51 pm

    A murderous police state that will burn in hell.
    God bless the nurses, doctor and medical equipment company, that volunteered their services, there’s a seat for them in heaven.

  12. Gary

    July 26, 2017 at 7:57 pm

    If the court is so opposed to his living, let them take the baby home and say their goodbyes. Then simply stop ventilating him and allow him to travel on. I truly feel for the parents in the fact that a bunch of drs, lawyers, and government officials have taken control over a child which the did not produce. Talk about a nanny state. Good thing obama is out of office and hillary failed to make it in, or our system would be just as bad as the uk. God bless charlie and his parents.

    • Joan

      July 26, 2017 at 8:22 pm


  13. Blackbird

    July 27, 2017 at 12:58 am

    When God places his hand on someone’s right shoulder the medical profession (and family) must take their hands off the left even if the person is a baby. Unfortunately this baby is beyond the help of mortals. According to his doctors he is blind, deaf, has no sense of being touched, cannot swallow, think or move in a purposeful way. This baby is being kept alive by machines and there is no hope of a cure. For this baby to have been transported thousands of miles for an experimental treatment would only have compounded the situation. May God give his parents the strength to accept what is and let this babe go play with the angels.

  14. Gale

    July 27, 2017 at 1:05 am

    If you travel to the UK, don’t get sick.

  15. Connie Weber

    July 27, 2017 at 4:03 pm


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