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Doctors criticize court refusal to allow Alfie Evans to go to Italy

Doctors criticize court refusal to allow Alfie Evans to go to Italy

| Simon Caldwell | April 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

A group of doctors has criticized the refusal of some of their colleagues and a court to allow Alfie Evans to travel to Italy for treatment as “medical tyranny.”

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Italy grants citizenship to Alfie Evans in attempt to guarantee his care

Italy grants citizenship to Alfie Evans in attempt to guarantee his care

| April 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Italian government granted citizenship to Alfie Evans, a seriously ill British toddler, in a last-minute effort to prevent doctors in England from withdrawing life-support.

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Father of Alfie Evans meets pope, begs for help to save his son

Father of Alfie Evans meets pope, begs for help to save his son

| April 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

Begging Pope Francis to help his son, Alfie, Tom Evans met with the pontiff, pleading for “asylum” in Italy so his seriously ill son may receive care and not be euthanized in England.

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Trial begins for ex-Vatican officials accused of stealing hospital funds

Trial begins for ex-Vatican officials accused of stealing hospital funds

| Carol Glatz | July 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

Two former top Vatican hospital officials appeared before a Vatican court for a pretrial hearing on allegations of embezzlement.

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Pope’s pediatric hospital is fixing past problems, says cardinal overseer

Pope’s pediatric hospital is fixing past problems, says cardinal overseer

The AP reported July 3 that the Vatican formed a commission in 2014 to study workers’ complaints and concerns about unsafe medical protocols, overcrowding and a culture that emphasized practices that might reap greater revenues.

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Corruption is cancer to health industry, pope tells hospital staffers

Corruption is cancer to health industry, pope tells hospital staffers

| Junno Arocho Esteves | December 15, 2016 | 3 Comments

Corrupt business practices that seek to profit from the sick and the dying are a cancer to hospitals entrusted with the care of the most vulnerable, especially children, Pope Francis said.

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