Charlie Gard’s heartbroken parents have decided to let their ‘warrior’ son die before his first birthday next week – but accused British doctors of denying him his ‘chance of getting better’ in the US. His mother Connie Yates sobbed as she told the High Court today: ‘Mummy and Daddy love you so much Charlie, we always have and we always will and we are so sorry that we couldn’t save you. Sweet dreams baby. Sleep tight our beautiful little boy’. Charlie, whose first birthday is on Friday August 4, will have his life support switched off within days after his family and loved-ones say their goodbyes. It is not known if he will be allowed to leave the hospital – but his parents have repeatedly said it is their ‘final wish’ to take their son home to ‘slip away’ and ‘be with the angels’. Connie Yates said today Great Ormond Street Hospital should have ‘trusted’ them with the decision to take him to America for nucleoside treatment on his brain and said: ‘We only wanted to give him a chance of life’. Charlie’s heartbroken parents Chris Gard and Connie Yates pay tribute to their son outside the High Court after they… Read full this story
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