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Survivor backs jab

Survivor backs jab

By Luke Voogt Imagine waking up deaf – Belmont mum and meningococcal survivor Renee D’Offay experienced that firsthand on a Sunday morning in 2002. “I woke up unable to hear myself speaking,” the 34-year-old said. “It’s almost like I was standing on the outside looking in.” Renee relived the experience as she urged teenagers to […]


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