The parents of a girl who requires medicinal cannabis oil have said they are “relieved” that their three-and-a-half year fight for the drug is over.
Danielle Davis and Darren Gibson from Newtownards yesterday received a licence to administer the medication at home.
Their daughter, seven-year-old Sophia Gibson, suffers from Dravet syndrome, a severe form of epilepsy.
The extreme nature of Sophia’s condition means that she can experience up to 100 seizures a day.
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