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Stephen Darby battling motor neurone disease


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On the news a second ago, was a segment where Doddie Wier, Rob Burrow and Stephen Darby (who played on loan at Notts in 2010/2011) spoke about their battle with MND (Motor neurone disease).

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sportsnews/article-7995207/Doddie-Weir-Rob-Burrow-Stephen-Darby-unite-discuss-living-motor-neurone-disease.html

Motor neurone diesase is a rare condition that attacks the brain and it nerves. It slowly kills the person from the inside, taking away their speech and bodily functions. It's a saddening illness, which I have witnessed during my time working in a specialist care home for people with brain injuries.

It's good to see the three sufferers teaming up to promote awareness.

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