Cork mother says anomaly scan gave her son a chance at life
A Cork mother has spoken out to RedFM News about how an anomaly scan she received at Cork University Maternity Hospital has given her three-year-old son a fighting chance at life.
Adam King was born with a rare brittle bone disease and it was only by chance his mother Fiona received an anomaly scan, which allowed her and the medical team at CUMH to prepare for his birth.
Our reporter Fiona O'Donovan has spoken to her and her specialist at the CUMH about the failure of the government to offer anomaly scans to all women:
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