LONDON – The seriously ill British child Alfie Evans may not be in Italy to be treated. The parents of the 23-month-old boy wanted him to go to hospital in Rome, but a court put, according to British media, is to appeal a stop to it.
The fate of the boy, both within and outside Great Britain for the fuss taken care of.
The child suffers from a rare degenerative brain disorder. British judges ruled earlier that it would be pointless for him to continue to treat it because there is no hope of recovery. The children’s hospital in Liverpool has all the equipment that Alfie alive now turned off.
The fate of the boy, both within and outside Great Britain for the fuss taken care of. The Italian government had Alfie recently the Italian nationality. At the request of the pope would also be a luchtambulance are put to the child to carry.