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"Seek urgent help - don't wait until tomorrow because it will be too late"

Today is World Sepsis Day – Sepsis can develop from any infection and can affect anyone, but it...

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15.33 13 Sep 2021


"Seek urgent help - don't wait until tomorrow because it will be too late"


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15.33 13 Sep 2021


Today is World Sepsis Day – Sepsis can develop from any infection and can affect anyone, but it is more common in the very young, the elderly, people with pre-existing medical conditions or those with a weakened immune system. Andrea chats to Nora Cunningham – who lost her baby son Eoghan to sepsis shortly before his first birthday. 

Pic: HSE National Press Office

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