When doctors and parents of a baby boy Charlie Gard in United Kingdom disagree on continuing or removing his life-support system, the debate moved from the ward to the court and into public light. Who should have the final say in deciding Charlie’s fate–his doctors or parents? And what rights does a baby boy like Charlie have? Medico legal expert Sharon Palani helps us understand.

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