Ava Barry To Return Home After Medicinal Cannabis Licence Granted
Vera Twomey is celebrating this morning following the granting of a licence for her daughter Ava to receive access to medicinal cannabis in Ireland.
The Cork mum made the announcement last night on Facebook saying her seven-year-old will be home in time for Christmas from the Netherlands where she is currently receiving treatment for a rare form of epilepsy.
The Aghabullog woman led an extensive campaign to get access to medicinal cannabis for her daughter which involved walking from her Cork home to the Dáil.
Vera says she can't wait to get her daughter home:
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