Doctors suspended treatment to keep alive Indi Gregory, a British baby who suffers from an incurable disease and is at the center of a battle between his parents and the hospitalthe group Christian Concern, which supports the couple, announced on Sunday.
The eight-month-old girl’s treatment “was suspended following the decision of the Court of Appeal on Friday,” the Christian Concern group said in a statement.
The little girl’s parents had been fighting for months against the British doctors, who had recommended interrupting the treatment to keep their baby, who suffers from an illness, alive. incurable mitochondrial disease.
Doctors at the Nottingham hospital, where the girl was being treated, argued that continuing treatment was useless and painful, a position they opposed. Dean Gregory y Claire Staniforth.
On Friday, the court decided that the treatment should be stopped at a medical center, and not in the parents’ houseas they requested.