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Terminally ill boy denied ‘potentially life-saving’ treatment by NHS ‘would be given it in any US hospital’ – Telegraph.co.uk

13:29 EDT 3 Apr 2017 | Life Sciences Health

Telegraph.co.ukTerminally ill boy denied 'potentially life-saving' treatment by NHS 'would be given it in any US hospital'Telegraph.co.ukAn eight month old boy being denied “potentially life-saving” treatment at Great Ormond Street would be given it at any hospital in America, a court has heard. The parents of terminally ill Charlie Gard broke down in tears as they listened to medical ...Baby at centre of life support case 'extremely unwell', court hearsThe GuardianHigh Court will decide whether Charlie Gard should liveDaily MailCharlie Gard: US doctor says therapy would be uncharted territoryBBC NewsBelfast Telegraph -Mirror.co.uk -Herald Scotland -expressandstar.comall 39 news articles

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