Maria Tatalovic sent an urgent message to U.S. President Donald Trump to talk with British doctors and lawmakers on behalf of baby Charlie Gard whose family wants to seek treatment for his condition in the United States.
Ms Tatalovic appeared on former UKIP leader Nigel Farage’s LBC radio programme pleading with the American president to help intervene in the case of baby Charlie Gard who will have his life support removed Friday.
“President Trump, I never thought I would actually direct a message to you, but please save this baby,” she said.
“We just need him to be released, transferred and receive treatment which will be paid for. We’re not asking for anyone to treat [Charlie] who doesn’t want to,” she added.
“It’s about choice, it’s about parental rights, it’s about human rights and it’s about the right to life for this baby who deserves it.”
Young Charlie suffers from a rare genetic condition and sought treatment in the United States after NHS health practitioners claimed he should be taken off life support. The parents of Charlie took the doctors to court in a case that went all the way up to the European Court of Human rights but the doctors’ decision was upheld.
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