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Observations: The QandO Podcast for 30 Jun 17

This week brings us the sad story of a very ill baby in the UK, named Charlie Gard. His parents have raised $2 million to bring him to the US for an experimental treatment. The government has refused to allow them to do so, or even take him home to die. The government says that […]
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