President Donald Trump has, as of now, offered to help Charlie Gard, ten-month-old, who suffers from mitochondrial depletion syndrome.
He tweeted: “If we can help little #CharlieGard, as per our friends in the UK and the Pope, we would be delighted to do so”.
The US president joined the Pope in voicing support for Charlie after his folks Connie Yates and Chris Gard depleted every single lawful alternative to keep their child’s life support machine on.
Pope Francis protected their “right to accompany and care for their child to the end”.
On July 3, Bambino Gesù healing facility in Rome said it would inquire as to whether Charlie can be moved there for treatment.
Hospital president Mariella Enoc stated: “We know that it’s a desperate case and that it seems there are no effective therapies..
“We are close to the parents in our prayers, and if they wish, we are ready to accept their child here with us for the time he has left to live.”
Pressure is currently mounting on Theresa May to make an eleventh hour intercession and offer to offer assistance.
However, the Ministry of Justice has affirmed the High Court and Supreme Court decisions against Charlie’s folks were made by an “independent judiciary” and there is no premise to challenge them.
Her official representative stated: “This is a very sensitive case. I don’t think it would be appropriate for me to talk about it here at this point other than to say our thoughts are with him and his family.”
Medicinal attorneys have likewise affirmed there is nothing that should be possible to upset the decision.
Sarah Jones, a medicinal negligence and human rights attorney at Slater and Gordon, stated: “This is an absolutely heartbreaking case, but the highest courts in the UK and Europe have made a decision and that decision is binding, it cannot be overruled.
“Charlie’s tragic case has prompted a huge outpouring of public sympathy and support, but despite everyone’s good intentions nothing can influence or change the ruling of the European Court of Human Rights.”
If the family accepts the White House’s offer of doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital, they would need to rethink giving him a chance to leave the hospital for treatment.
Devasted Connie and Chris released a new photograph of them watching over little Charlie in his clinic bed.
The couple promised to battle until the “dramatic finish” to save Charlie and took their case to European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg in France.
Be that as it may, they were managed the staggering blow that the ECHR had rejected their request to mediate for the situation and embraced the position of Britain’s courts.
The couple challenged specialists who say their son has irreversible brain damage and ought to be given palliative care.
Surgeons at Great Ormond Street Hospital say the child ought to be permitted to die with respect.
But, Connie and Chris argue that their child should be given an opportunity to go to the US for experimental medical treatment.
They have additionally slammed the hospital that told them, their kid is a “prisoner” and GOSH’s treatment has been “inhuman”.
The hospital has guaranteed to give “every possible support” to the couple and say they are in no hurry to change Charlie’s care.
Our Prayers for little Charlie