The sadness of Charlie Gard: Understanding parental grief

Jessica Firger of Newsweek spoke with Dr. Joanne Cacciatore, a grief counselor whose area of expertise is traumatic death, particularly that of children. 

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Chris Gard and Connie Yates, parents of Charlie Gard.

WASHINGTON, July 29, 2017 – There is hardly a parent that has not asked themselves what they would you do if their child, like Charlie Gard, was born with an untreatable genetic disorder.  Would you fight for him, or let him go gently into the night.  Neither are easy decisions to make.

Jessica Firger of Newsweek spoke with Dr. Joanne Cacciatore, a grief counselor whose area of expertise is traumatic death, particularly that of children.

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