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Like Charlie Gard, A Hospital Gave Up on Baby Dezmen and Said He Was Not Worth Saving

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An American family is refusing to give up on their desperately ill infant son, much like Charlie Gard’s parents did. Dezmen Licea was born on June 26 in California, and had heart surgery on the first day of his birth, his father, Luis Licea, said. The infant was diagnosed with a rare congenital heart defect […]



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Those two medical situations are different. Heart defects Can be worked with and are being worked with. Would the health care system in England allow for the same kind of care that the Licea baby is able to have Here? That's hard to say.


The Gard's situation was that of a genetic condition that was not reversable. It would have been just as nonreversable here as it was There.


And it Also sounds like there aren't many hospitals in This country who are willing to take the licea baby on for care, either.


This countries' health care system is a mess right now, itself. Wonderful things Can be done ?!

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