LONDON (AP) – The father of the terminally ill baby Alfie Evans says he plans to meet doctors to discuss bringing his son home from a British hospital.
The 23-month-old boy has an incurable degenerative neurological disease and doctors say he should be allowed to die. His parents want to take him to a hospital in Italy, where he is being kept on a livelihood.
The toddler's life coaching was withdrawn on Monday after a series of court judgments sided with the doctors and blocked further medical treatment.
Alfie's father Thomas Evans said Thursday that the family plans to meet doctors in Liverpool's Alder Hey Hospital to discuss whether Alfie could go home
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