The parents of a terminally-ill baby have been given more time to put forward a legal case that he should be allowed to go to the US for treatment.
Life-support for Charlie Gard must continue until midnight on Monday, the European Court of Human Rights ruled.
My heart goes out to the parents, what a terrible situation, but there is no magic cure here for their son. The American treatment cannot reverse his brain damage, so even if the baby survived the trauma of a transatlantic flight, the treatment would not change the outcome for the poor little fellow.
Isn't it time that the parents just let him go, as hard as that may be?