Badminton girl nets a new liver
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World Transplant Games: The teenage badminton player who netted a new liver

A teenage badminton player from Herefordshire says she wants to make her home town proud when she competes in the World Transplant Games.

Kiera Jackson, 14, from Leominster, had a liver transplant in 2010 at Birmingham Children's Hospital.

She said she hoped the games, taking place in Malaga from 25 June to 2 July, would encourage more donors to come forward.

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  • 23 Jun 2017
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