(Daily Mail) – An ill baby girl’s parents will this week beg a High Court judge to grant her a chance to stay alive.
Indi Gregory faces having life-saving treatment denied after doctors said it would be kinder to let her die. The six-month-old girl is battling mitochondrial disease – the same condition that affected baby Charlie Gard.
Little Indi’s parents say that despite her disability, she is a happy baby who responds to their touch. Her father Dean Gregory told the Mail: ‘Indi is a strong little girl and a real fighter. She deserves a chance at life. The hospital wants to take this away and we are beyond horrified.’ CONTINUE