By Catherine Burns
Health correspondent, BBC News
When Charlie Gard died, his parents said their son would make a difference to people’s lives for years to come.
Chris Gard and Connie Yates have spent the months since his death developing ‘Charlie’s Law’.
They have worked with doctors, ethicists and politicians to try to find a way to avoid other families being taken to court.
This comes as leading paediatricians say they are concerned about the effect of such high-profile cases on medics.
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