Charlie Gard, baby at center of end-of-life debate, has died

Terminally ill British infant Charlie Gard, whose parents' fight for his life drew worldwide attention, has died, according to a family spokesperson.
1:02 | 07/28/17

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The long tragic battle they critically ill British Beatty has come to an end. Baby Charlie guard has died in a hospice just shy of celebrating his first birthday. Thursday a British judge ordered the Charlie be taken to a hospice that his ventilator removed Charlie suffer from a rare disease would no cure. He had brain damage and was unable to breathe or move his limbs unaided. His parents had petitioned a judge to allow Charlie to travel to the US for experimental treatment. But an American doctors flew to England to examine the baby determined it was too late Charlie's parents finally accepting their son would never recover. I'll son is an absolute warrior. I would that no we've got to they've been. And we'll miss him terribly. British doctors had always maintain the Charlie's genetic condition was terminal and that any treatment would only prolong the suffering. The fight to keep Charlie alive had gone on since March sympathy swelled around it. Including from the Pope and president trump Brian Clark ABC news New York.

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