Charlie Gard's parents have announced they will use £1.3 million donated by well-wishers to set up a 'Charlie Gard Foundation' to help other children with rare diseases. MailOnline Also reported by •BBC Local News •BBC News
Charlie Gard was a British baby whose life was the subject of a legal tug of war in before his death in July.
Over the past six months, $1.7 million in donations poured into the treatment fund for.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
In the U.K., the parents of Charlie Gard are planning to set up a charity to help families of children suffering from rare genetic diseases like the one that took baby Charlie's life yesterday... Source: CBS News -
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One of the members of the 200-strong medical team treating Charlie Gard at Great Ormond Street Hospital said the boy's last days became a soap opera after they stopped being able to treat him. MailOnline
Charlie had been hospitalised at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) since last October. In their first interview since Charlie’s death, the couple describe their David and Goliath struggle. MailOnline
Four-month-old Russell Cruzan III, known as Bubby, from Michigan, has a rare mitochondrial disorder. It is the same one that killed British baby Charlie Gard on Friday, but is progressing slower. MailOnline