The officials from the current administration have had a discussion with the Charlie Gard’s family, a baby from Britain who is at the center of a UK legal fight over his right to endure on life support, about probably bringing the kid to America for a treatment, Helen Ferre, White House media affairs director stated on Monday.
“Upon learning of baby Charlie Gard’s situation, President Trump has offered to help the family in this heartbreaking situation,” Ferre pointed just after President Donald Trump took to Twitter and proposed his help to the Gard family.
“Although the president himself has not spoken to the family, he does not want to pressure them in any way, members of the administration have spoken to the family in calls facilitated by the British government,” Ferre added. “The president is just trying to be helpful if at all possible.”
Charlie Gard’s parents have paid legal battle in British courts that lasted for months just so they can keep their son, who has an uncommon and incapacitating genetic disease, on life support and to move him to America to go through an experimental treatment.
Even though three courts directed the British hospital should be allowed to eliminate the kid from life support against his parents’ wills, the family has collected more than $1 million to bring Charlie Gard to USA for the treatment.
The pope has likewise evaluated in on the case internationally known, being on the parents’ side in their mission to keep their son alive and to go through a treatment, which as indicated by the British experts would have little or no chance of success.
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