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Tafida Raqeeb’s mother and father need to transfer her to a kids’s hospital in Genoa, Italy

The mom of a brain-damaged lady has informed a decide she now not trusts UK medical doctors to look after her daughter.

Medics treating Tafida Raqeeb consider the five-year-old won’t get well and need judges to rule that stopping her life-support is in her greatest pursuits.

Nonetheless, the lady’s mother and father need to transfer her to Gaslini kids’s hospital in Genoa, Italy, to proceed therapy.

Her mom Shelina Begum informed London’s Excessive Court docket: “I simply don’t need any medical doctors within the UK to deal with Tafida.”

Giving proof, Ms Begum, a solicitor who lives in Newham, east London, mentioned: “The belief between medical doctors and myself has come to a whole finish, subsequently I simply can’t depart my daughter of their care any extra.”

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Tafida’s mom mentioned her daughter was enhancing “day-after-day”

She informed the courtroom her daughter was enhancing “day-after-day” and “clearly is aware of my presence”.

Tafida collapsed in February after complaining a couple of headache and medical doctors discovered blood vessels in her mind had ruptured.

The listening to, which is being overseen by Mr Justice MacDonald, was proven a video of Tafida within the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel the place the fingers on her proper hand curl and uncurl, and her arm strikes up her physique.

Ms Begum mentioned her daughter made “little actions… each single day”, and pleaded with the decide to present her daughter “an opportunity” to “hold combating on”.

“I need my daughter, no matter life she has left, I need my daughter to proceed to reside that life,” she mentioned.

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Tafida and her father Mohammed Raqeeb

Representatives for Barts Well being NHS Belief, which runs the hospital, have informed the courtroom that the lady has “no consciousness” and moving her would not be in her “medical best interests”.

Legal professionals representing Tafida have argued she is being denied her right to free movement under European Union law.

The case is because of proceed on the Excessive Court docket till Friday.

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