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We hear about two children with rare and life-limiting mitochondrial disease

16 May - 7 mins
Podcast Series Newstalk Breakfast Highlights

A rare and life-limiting mitochondrial disease affects just three people in Ireland.  Two of them are Liz Dickson’s children.  Lis spoke to Ciar about her children Tommy and Grace.

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