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Brian Gault

Brain Gault, born and bred in Northern Ireland, is one of the 480 survivors of ‘miracle-drug’ Thalidomide’s exposure to the British market in the mid-twentieth century – the drug, taken by his mother during pregnancy, caused him to be born with no arms. He now works as a field-worker for Through the Roof, the UK wing of Joni Eareckson Tada’s disability outreach ministry.
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