{"version":"20150408","show_thumbnails":true,"show_date":true,"show_context":true,"layout":"grid","headline":"Related","items":[{"id":44598,"url":"https:\/\/bioethics.georgetown.edu\/2017\/04\/debate-the-fiction-of-an-interest-in-death-justice-for-charlie-gard\/","url_meta":{"origin":44604,"position":0},"title":"Debate: The Fiction of an Interest in Death? Justice for Charlie Gard","date":"April 26, 2017","format":false,"excerpt":"Julian Savulescu Dominic Wilkinson\u2019s Response A judge ruled last week that baby Charlie Gard will have his treatment withdrawn, against the wishes of his parents. His doctors argued that the rare mitochondrial disease (MDDS) he was born with was causing him unbearable suffering. His parents had raised funds to take\u2026","rel":"nofollow","context":"In \"Bioethics Blogs\"","img":{"src":"","width":0,"height":0},"classes":[]},{"id":47075,"url":"https:\/\/bioethics.georgetown.edu\/2017\/07\/charlie-gard-the-sick-baby-hospital-doctors-want-to-disconnect-our-medical-and-ethical-assessement\/","url_meta":{"origin":44604,"position":1},"title":"Charlie Gard, the sick baby hospital doctors want to disconnect. Our medical and ethical assessement","date":"July 14, 2017","format":false,"excerpt":"He and his parents await the Judge\u2019s decision regarding the possibility of withdrawing or not the life support who keep him alive and the possibility of receiving an experimental treatment in the United States Medical aspects Charlie was born on 4 August 2016. In October the same year, he was\u2026","rel":"nofollow","context":"In \"Bioethics News\"","img":{"src":"https:\/\/i1.wp.com\/bioethics.georgetown.edu\/wordpress\/wp-content\/uploads\/2017\/07\/justo2-258x300.jpg?resize=350%2C200&ssl=1","width":350,"height":200},"classes":[]},{"id":45561,"url":"https:\/\/bioethics.georgetown.edu\/2017\/05\/agreement-and-disagreement-about-experimental-treatment-the-charlie-gard-appeal\/","url_meta":{"origin":44604,"position":2},"title":"Agreement and disagreement about experimental treatment. The Charlie Gard Appeal","date":"May 22, 2017","format":false,"excerpt":"by Dominic Wilkinson and Julian Savulescu @Neonatalethics @juliansavulescu Tomorrow, the UK Court of Appeal will review the controversial case of a British infant, Charlie Gard. Charlie\u2019s parents are appealing a recent High Court decision that gave doctors permission to withdraw his life support. They have raised money for Charlie to\u2026","rel":"nofollow","context":"In \"Bioethics Blogs\"","img":{"src":"https:\/\/i1.wp.com\/bioethics.georgetown.edu\/wordpress\/wp-content\/uploads\/2017\/05\/109817932_ca61896f21.jpg?resize=350%2C200&ssl=1","width":350,"height":200},"classes":[]}]}