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Published on Oct 23, 2013
Derbhille McGill shares the moving story of her little baby daughter - Clodagh - who was diagnosed in the womb with having a fatal disability and would die before, or soon after birth.
Little Clodagh lived for 33 days and was such a blessing to her family during her short life. Derbhille says perinatal hospice care must be given to other mothers who receive similar prenatal diagnoses.
Derbhille also speaks of the hurt and upset she has felt by the coverage of similar cases to hers by the BBC Nolan Show, which she says has implied that Clodagh's life had no value.