Great Ormond Street had said Charlie's mechanical ventilator would be switched off after the European judgment, but the hospital has since given the boy's parents more time to spend with him before this happens.
"The hospital told us that, for legal reasons, the baby can't be transferred to us".
"And to the United Kingdom and Great Osmond Street Hospital, please free Charlie so that he can have a fighting chance at life".
He suffers from mitochondrial depletion syndrome, a rare genetic illness which leads to progressive brain and muscle damage.
Charlie, who has irreversible brain damage, is now on life support at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London.
Charlie's parents, both aged in their 30s and from Bedfont, west London, are spending what are expected to be the last days of his life with him.
It has since turned into a heated debate about a child's life and death. "How can we best defend, protect life from the moment of conception?" and we also need to consider as we're looking at this, "Who has the right to decide when to end treatment for someone who is terminally ill?"
Charlie's parents have persisted, though, and President Trump's Monday tweet in support of Charlie seems to have bolstered their strength.
We respectfully acknowledge the offers of help from the White House, the Vatican and our colleagues in Italy, the United States and beyond.
Earlier this week Cardinal Carlo Caffarra, the founding president of the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and the Family, had strong words in support of Charlie and his parents, calling the rulings against the parents' wishes the "pit of barbarity". They are traditional men who believe in the family.
"We believe, in common with Charlie's parents, it is right to explore this evidence", it said.
Our priority has always been, and will always be, the best interests of Charlie Gard. "I've heard from doctors that there's around a 10% chance of this working for Charlie so I think that's a good enough chance to take". However, he will be allowed a chance the treatment offers to save his life.
March for Life has launched a petition to raise awareness and gather support for Charlie and his parents. At 2 months old, he had become lethargic, and his breathing had become shallow, according to court records.
The child was transported to Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, where he has remained since.
It said the ruling had been "supported unequivocally by some of the world's most distinguished clinicians and scientists".
Texas has had no shortage of such cases because of its so-called futile-care law, which gives hospitals authority to remove life support if an ethics committee agrees with doctors that such treatment is no longer appropriate.
'On rare occasions when Connie and Chris are invited in to meetings, they feel ambushed.
"The Holy Father follows with affection and commotion the situation of Charlie Gard, and expresses his own closeness to his parents", read a statement issued by Greg Burke, the pope's spokesperson.
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