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Roger Kiska: The Charlie Gard case raises a lot of questions about human dignity

Speaking to BBC Radio Essex, Roger Kiska comments after Charlie Gard's parents announce they are ending their legal battle to take their terminally-ill baby to the US for experimental treatment.

Roger says: "Charlie, having never spoken a word still was able to speak to the world... And bring this issue the forefront.

"We should be focusing on the fact that the parents should be the ultimate people in choosing what's best for their child." 

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25/07/2017
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