“Keep smiling and enjoy life” Inspirational Doddie Weir OBE on his battle with motor neurone disease

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  • BT Sport published this video item, entitled “”Keep smiling and enjoy life” Inspirational Doddie Weir OBE on his battle with motor neurone disease” – below is their description.

    On June 20th 2017, Doddie Weir OBE revealed that he had been diagnosed with motor neurone disease. Four years on, BT Sport caught up with the former Scotland international who remains committed to finding a cure.

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