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Great Ormond St nurses facing ‘disgraceful tide of hostility’

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Unfortunately Nurse57 people (including nurses apparently who are not associated with the case) would rather read the newspapers than the actual facts. As you state Charlie did not have any chance and the so called 'experimental treatment' had not even been tested on mice so was theoretical only. There was no delay, in fact it was in GOS's interest to get whatever help there was available for Charlie, not only for the humane aspect but the intensive care bed he occupied for so long was no doubt needed desperately for many much loved babies and children who did have a chance of recovery!

Posted date

31 July, 2017

Posted time

9:57 pm

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