Chris and Connie walked out of court after being misquoted by the Judge, he later apologised.
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At the high court on Thursday, the parents’ lawyer, Grant Armstrong, quoted an expert in the field as saying there was a 10% chance of Charlie, who is critically ill as a result of a genetic defect inherited from his parents, experiencing “meaningful improvement” as a result of the treatment. “There is likely to be muscular improvement, there is likely to be an effect whereby the treatment crosses the blood-brain barrier and it’s likely the treatment will have an effect on the mitochondria,” said Armstrong. He said the effect on the mitochondria would include “meaningful brain recovery”. According to an expert there was a 90% chance of the treatment crossing the blood-brain barrier and a 56% chance of it generating muscular recovery in Charlie, the court heard.
Another expert has put the chances of the treatment crossing the blood-brain barrier at 100% and the chances of increasing mitochondrial DNA at 60%, according to Armstrong.