giovedì 13 luglio 2017

Regno Unito
Who gets to decide if Charlie Gard’s life is worth living? It shouldn’t be his doctors
The Washington Post
(Charles Camosy) By now, many of us are familiar with the case of Charlie Gard, a 10-month-old British boy suffering from a rare condition that has caused seizures and brain damage, leaving him unable to move his arms or legs, eat, or even breathe on his own. Although Charlie’s disease has not been widely studied due to its rarity, most physicians have predicted that he will die of it. (...)