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>> We pray for Christian->> A new twist in the story of a critically ill British child who's inspired into national support. Britain's high court to hear a new appeal Monday in the case of Charlie Gard. The 11 month old has a form of mitochondrial disease and courts have ruled that his life support should now be turned off.
But parents Chris Gard and Connie Yates are battling to have him sent to the US for experimental treatment. Their case going global after US President Donald Trump tweeted in support. The Vatican also calling for Gard to get a chance in the US. London's Great Ormond Street has opposed that saying further treatment would do nothing but prolong the boy's suffering, a stance backed last month by the UK's Supreme Court.
On Sunday, Charlie's parents delivered a petition to Great Ormond Street Hospital signed by more than 350,000 people. It renews calls for further treatment, saying there's fresh evidence that it could work. The family's lawyer says Charlie's parents hope the court will examine the evidence again in this week's hearings.