‘The worst thing was coming out of the coma and realising how close I came to not being there for my four babies’

In an interview with Allison Bray of Independent.ie Mary Morris, a patient of Professor Tim Lynch’s at the DNI tells her incredible and compelling story. Mary details how she suffered brain damage after going into cardiac arrest just days after giving birth to quadruplets and says she owes her recovery to the DNI charity’s specialism in neurological rehabilitation. Mary is now urging others to to support the DNI in its ‘Run as One’ fundraiser. While the weekend 27th/28th event is complete you can still support us by donating at https://www.gofundme.com/f/dnirun


You can read the article on the Independent.ie website.

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The Morris family are pictured above at their home in Co. Kilkenny. With Mary and her husband Tom are the quadruplets, from left, Michael, Samantha, Amanda and Nicola. Photo: Dylan Vaughan Photography