Reunite Ashya with his parents!

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Magaly Álvarez Paz
7 years ago
Porque ha sido un asedio a esta familia, una injusticia, sin analizar el sufrimiento y desesperación en que se encuentran . Jehová Dios perdone a quienes tuvieron partición en esta desproporcionada actuación.

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Marcela Kiely
7 years ago
I am outraged at the treatment of Ashyas parents, and more importantly by the effect this treatment is having on this young, severely ill child who in this critical state needs the safety and support of his parents. Schocking.

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Joanne Corcoran
7 years ago
Should never have been put through this x

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Janet Gaynor Mulvey
7 years ago
Because the lies told by the authorities are extremely disturbing

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rose daniel
7 years ago
Humanity

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S Shah
7 years ago
It is vital that the parents are with Ashya during this critical time.

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brenda parker
7 years ago
this little boy needs his family around him and his parents need to be with him - they were not neglecting him. Since when did it become a crime to want the best for your child?

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Sharon Osmond
7 years ago
This child should be with his parents!!

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Peter Dwyer
7 years ago
I object to the misuse of power and arrogant bureaucracy

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Valerie Allen
7 years ago
This situation is dire and demonstrates the frustration people feel about the current national health system - which is poor - the lengths these parents have resorted to to try and save their son's life should not have been necessary if the treatment hadn't been denied to him. This very ill little boy should have been able to access the jtreatment he needs in England. I am disgusted at the NHS and full of admiration for Ashya's parents. I am glad they have been rejunited - they should never have been arrested in the first place - what a cruel, unnecssary and costly act against this family who were trying to save their child's life.