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A spokesman for the Rome-based institution said the letter, which was posted on the website hours after the boy's parents met GOSH medics, had been sent by the hospital.It comes after Charlie Gard's mother says she is 'pleading' with Theresa May to help save her son after claiming the family have new evidence experimental drugs could help.GOSH said it will now be for the High Court to make its judgment on the facts and that it is acting in Charlie's best interests.
Clinicians from the Bambino Gesu paediatric hospital's neurosciences department said tests in mice and patients with a similar, but not the same, genetic condition had shown 'dramatic clinical improvements'.They have told his parents Chris Gard and Connie Yates, a spokesman confirmed.Speaking outside the hospital this evening, Ms Yates said: 'We are quite happy with today’s outcome and we are hopeful and confident that Charlie may get his chance now.'In a statement, the hospital said: 'Two international hospitals and their researchers have communicated to us as late as the last 24 hours that they have fresh evidence about their proposed experimental treatment.'And we believe, in common with Charlie's parents, it is right to explore this evidence.'Great Ormond Street Hospital is bound by the ruling of the High Court which expressly forbids us from transferring Charlie for nucleoside therapy anywhere.'This ruling has been upheld by the Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights.'It has also been supported unequivocally by some of the world's most distinguished clinicians and scientists.'The ruling also states that it is in Charlie's best interests for artificial ventilation to be withdrawn, and for his clinicians to provide him with palliative care only.'The statement acknowledged the help offered from the White House, and the Vatican, and insisted that decisions had always been made with Charlie's best interests at heart.There will be a hearing at 2pm on Monday, according to a High Court listing.Charlie Gard's mother Connie (pictured today) has revealed they will today present new evidence that experimental drugs could save his life and said: 'Hopefully we will have good news' - adding: 'There is potential for him to be a completely normal boy'Ms Yates has said her son was 'not in pain or suffering' and she had been given hope by international attempts to come to Charlie's aid, including from the Pope and US president Donald Trump.