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Story of Aislinn and Jericho shows why Stormont must act on organ donations

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As opt-out legislation edges closer, family I know well owe it all to an organ donor

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HOPE: Mairtin and Seth Mac Gabhann and son Daithi (4) with First Minister Paul Givan, deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill and Health Minister Robin Swann

HOPE: Mairtin and Seth Mac Gabhann and son Daithi (4) with First Minister Paul Givan, deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill and Health Minister Robin Swann

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HOPE: Mairtin and Seth Mac Gabhann and son Daithi (4) with First Minister Paul Givan, deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill and Health Minister Robin Swann

I have to declare an interest on this one because it’s so close to home. But a courageous member of my extended family has been speaking with authority as she applauded the proposals by Robin Swann and Paul Givan for opt-out organ donations.

For Aislinn Coyle-Little, who’s married to my nephew Jonathan, owes her life to a liver transplant.


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