A Financial Times investigation alleged sexual harassment at a society charity fundraiser. One of its chief beneficiaries, Great Ormond Street Hospital, is now returning all the money it raised. Great Ormond Street Hospital has saidShow More Summary
Duchess Kate stole the show in a bright red coat from Boden during a visit to the Great Ormond Street Hospital on Wednesday morning, but all eyes were on her ring finger for one reason. Read moreBlogs | Comments
Oftentimes, Kate Middleton's schedule directs her from one event to another, and sometimes that requires an outfit change. Such was the case when she shed her red Boden coat (which she wore to visit Great Ormond Street Hospital), for something more comfortable. Show More Summary
Kate Middleton is all smiles in a bright orange coat as she arrives to officially open the Mittal Children’s Medical Centre, home to the new Premier Inn Clinical Building at Great Ormond Street Hospital on Tuesday (January 17) in London, England. The 35-year-old Duchess of Cambridge, who is pregnant with her third child, happily met [...]
Just a day after stepping out with Prince William in Coventry, Duchess Kate is out and about again. Read more...
Ready, set, Santa.
CQC is investigating after BBC says some intersex patients and their families were not given psychological care before irreversible surgery Great Ormond Street hospital is failing to meet national standards and guidelines of care for intersex patients, it has been claimed. Show More Summary
Ill-informed interventions from Donald Trump and others undermined confidence in Great Ormond Street hospital, clinician tells the Guardian A member of the medical team that helped treat Charlie Gard has decried ill-informed politicians...Show More Summary
The statement on Charlie Gard’s passing, issued by the Great Ormond Street Hospital, was largely glanced over by the liberal media (which largely quoted only two sentences of the statement). NBC News and CNN quoted the following parts of the hospital’s statement: Sadly, as the judge has now ruled, there is simply no way that […]
The mother of terminally ill baby Charlie Gard left a courtroom in tears after a judge announced that her baby will die in hospice unless a deal is struck with Great Ormond Street Hospital by midday Thursday. This week, Chris Gard and...Show More Summary
Frankly, if I had not closely followed the way the Great Ormond Street Hospital in London had treated the parents of little Charlie Gard, I would not have believe what took place this morning in the courtroom of Justice Nicholas Francis. Gosh has won everything. The hospital convinced Justice Francis that was in Charlie’s “best […]
Great Ormond Street Hospital is continuing to argue against the rights of Charlie's parents.
Charlie Gard's death seems inevitable, but what is yet to be decided is how it will occur, with the infant's parents and London's Great Ormond Street Hospital still at odds. A lawyer says Connie Yates and Chris Gard, who on Monday ended their legal battle to move their 11-month-old son...
The London hospital where terminally-ill Charlie Gard is being treated has said that its staff is receiving death threats. Mary MacLeod, chairman of Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), in a statement released Saturday, said, “Great Ormond Street Hospital cares for many thousands of seriously...
The British parents of critically ill baby Charlie Gard have been told by a hospital lawyer that the results of their son's latest brain scans make for "sad reading." Great Ormond Street Hospital lawyer Katie Gollop broke the bad news to Charlie's parents at a pre-court hearing Friday in London,...
Great Ormond Street Hospital believes that mom and dad should abide by its decisions and those of the courts.
The British doctors caring for Charlie Gard are understood to remain unconvinced by an American neurosurgeon who claimed he could treat the little boy. Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) staff spent five and half hours on Tuesday locked in discussions with Dr Michio Hirano, a US specialist who flew back to the US on Tuesday night. Show More Summary
Doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital have dismissed infant Charlie Gard as a hopeless case. Parents of the British infant, who suffers from a rare mitochondrial disease and brain damage, and the hospital are involved in an on-going legal battle over his medical care. Chris Gard and Connie Yates want to take their son to […]
I wrote here two days ago that in the tragic case of Charlie Gard, the 11-month old British baby suffering from a rare form of mitochondrial disease, reason and objectivity were being howled down by emotion. Since then, it’s got a lot worse. Show More Summary
In the tragic case of terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard, a legal battle is being fought over his parents’ wish to take him to the US for experimental treatment against the advice of Great Ormond Street hospital that this would merely add to his suffering. Show More Summary