Charlie's parents have lost all previous court cases, including one before the European Court of Human Rights, which were created to force the hospital to let them bring their son to the United States for an experimental treatment.
"We have decided it is no longer in Charlie's best interests to pursue treatment and we will let our son go", father Chris Gardsaid outside court.
Gard has suffered irreversible damage to his muscle tissue and is now untreatable, thanks to the protracted battle with the United Kingdom legal system that prevented Gard from receiving potentially life-saving treatment early on.
Doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital had said the treatment wouldn't help and could cause the child pain. Hirano believes there is at least a 10-percent chance that his treatment could improve Charlie's condition.
Armstrong said the pair now wanted "to spend the maximum amount of time they have left with Charlie". Supporters of Charlie and his family gathered outside the Royal Courts of Justice on Sunday.
Time had simply run out, their barrister, Grant Armstrong, told the judge.
The parents of Charlie Gard, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, have withdrawn their legal challenge before the High Court in London, England.
The couple took the the case to the Court of Appeal and the UK's Supreme Court, where their application that he should be allowed to travel to the USA was dismissed. Congressional Republicans sought to pass legislation that would give the Gard family US residency and a potential route to treatment there, although it wasn't not clear whether that would ultimately have enabled them to obviate a British court decision.
A two-day hearing is scheduled to begin at 2pm, with Mr Justice Francis set to decide whether the terminally ill child should be treated by a specialist in the US.
Charlie suffers from a rare genetic condition and has brain damage.
Dr Hirano's "fresh evidence" had led to a new hearing on the issue and on Monday, Judge Nicholas Francis had been due to rule on whether the child should be allowed to leave the country.
Great Ormond Street Hospital argued that Gard's illness has left him "deprived of his senses" and that he is "without any awareness" as far as doctors can tell.
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Mr Justice Francis is due to read a transcript of the meeting at Gosh before the next hearing, likely to be this Friday. They apparently failed to be persuaded by American neuroscientist Dr Michio Hirano , who flew back to NY last night.
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