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28-04-2018, 09:07 PM
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Re: Is it time to let Alfie go ?

That poor little boy.
In a way though, perhaps better to go now, than spend his little life never being able to play, speak or do anything normal.

Throughout all this though, all of us only know what has been shown on the tv, or written in the newspapers.
None of have ever seen his medical records or discussed his problems with the specialists caring for him, so I think I will refrain from commenting further.
God bless that little man, and all who loved and cared for him.
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28-04-2018, 09:08 PM
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Re: Is it time to let Alfie go ?

Originally Posted by Lion Queen ->
I hope not, the hospital staff will have done their very best to care for the little boy, they couldn't have done anymore. I too hope they can just grieve for their little boy now without the added pressure of a lawsuit. No amount of money will bring him back. Alfie will suffer no more, he had too much to deal with in his short life.
I agree, the hospital were doing what they were legally obliged to do.
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