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If Her Mother Had Pulled The Plug on Her Daughter, She Wouldn’t Be An Accomplished Climber Now

July 9th, 2015 Visited 857 times, 2 so far today

She’s only 18-years-old but Reanne Racktoo has a haul of gold, silver and bronze medals from international climbing competitions.

Her achievement is even more remarkable given she is registered blind and has cerebral palsy.

Her mother Amanda, 46, from Bury, Greater Manchester, brims with pride over her daughter’s achievements – and also feels a sense of vindication, for when Reanne was born, she was advised to turn off her baby’s life support machine because her child would have ‘no quality of life’.

Read more: Mother who refused to let doctors turn off disabled daughter’s life support machine at birth shares her pride as she becomes climbing European Silver medallist

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