LONDON (USA Today) — A five-month legal battle to get permission to take terminally ill baby Charlie Gard to the United States for experimental treatment ended Monday (July 24) after his parents told a British court they were withdrawing their legal challenge.

Grant Armstrong, a lawyer representing Chris Gard, 32, and Connie Yates, 31, told Britain’s High Court that “time had run out” and that the 11-month-old’s parents had made the decision after the American doctor who offered to treat the baby told them it was too late and wouldn’t work.

The couple cried as Armstrong addressed the court. Yates told the court that she “only wanted

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