The Charlie Gard Case: What It Means for the Sanctity of Life


Controversial dispute is important for a number of reasons — and his parents should have the ultimate say

by Richard Land for LifeZette.com | Image from LifeZette

Millions of people around the globe have been captivated and deeply moved by the tragic story of little Charlie Gard.

He is the 11-month-old English infant who is gravely ill, probably terminally, and languishing in a British hospital — a captive to the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS).

Little Charlie has severe brain damage, is blind and deaf, has frequent seizures, and must breathe through a ventilator to survive. Continue reading…

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