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Charlie Gard - "Significant Harm"

The world turned upside down.
Charlie Gard, a 10 month old baby in the United Kingdom, has a rare life-threatening disease.  The parents want to take him to the United States where he could be treated with a new experimental drug.
The European Court of Human Rights (sic or should it be sick?) states:
"The domestic courts had concluded, on the basis of extensive, high-quality expert evidence, that it was most likely Charlie was being exposed to continued pain, suffering and distress and that undergoing experimental treatment with no prospects of success would offer no benefit, and continue to cause him significant harm.”
Their solution is to remove the feeding tube and let him die which is not considered significant harm!!

Lord, we plead that this boy will be able to get the proper treatment.

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