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SHE was so incredibly fragile when she was born, that any ordinary wrapping wouldn’t do. Doctors wrapped tiny Sophia Meechan in BUBBLE WRAP to keep her alive after she was born weighing just over a pound. Her chances of survival were slim, but doctors wanted to give her the best possible chance. And now their efforts to save her have all been worthwhile as little Sophia - nicknamed ‘Bub’ by her mother after the bubble wrap that kept her alive - has just started school. Her mother Rebecca, 39, a forensic scientist, said: ‘It was the most emotional day when Sofia started school for the first time. ‘I kept thinking of how far she has come - from being wrapped in bubble wrap to survive - to finally being able to start school.
BUBBLE WRAP BABY CALLED 'BUB ' STARTS SCHOOL
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THIS is the rabbit which has jumped into the record books. Two year old Sebastian - a Belgian Hare Cross - has jumped a record breaking 70 centimetres. The talented bunny has jumped the highest jump recorded in the UK - according to Rabbit Jumping UK. And his achievement is all down to the hard work of owner Anna Auster, 14, from York, who has spent the last nine months training Sebastian to jump. Her mother Jo Parker, 49, said: ‘Anna has spent months training Sebastian and it has all paid off. He is fantastic and he loves jumping.
PARKER. SHOWJUMPING RABBIT JUMPS INTO UK RECORD BOOKS
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THESE are the bravest pageboys - who have BOTH battled through eye cancer to see their parents wed. Josh and Jamie Hopson have both battled through retinoblastoma eye cancer since they were just a few days old. Josh, 11, has now beaten the disease - and his brother Jamie, two, is still fighting one cancer tumour - but both boys managed to see their parents get married a few weeks ago. Their proud dad Rob, 41, who has also battled through eye cancer after being diagnosed at 14 months, said: ‘We are so proud of both of our boys. It was wonderful to be able to celebrate our wedding day with them both. ‘We were told early on with both of them that they may lose their sight with this condition, and I know how terrible it can be as I have lost one eye through it.
HOPSON. BRAVE PAGEBOYS BEAT EYE CANCER TO SEE THEIR PARENTS WED
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Sitting staring at my consultant my mouth fell open. Had she just told me I had cancer? ‘It’s in it’s early stages,’ she repeated. ‘You’ll need surgery and radiotherapy.’ Stunned, I walked out to the car park alone.
ASPINALL. A STITCH SAVED MY BABY
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A BLIND couple whose baby daughter inherited the condition which claimed the sight of her mother have spoke of their joy after doctors managed to save half of her sight. Toddler Siri May, 17 months, can see out of one eye, despite suffering from an aggressive childhood eye cancer. Doctors spotted the rare cancer when she was just a few days old and managed to treat it in time to save the sight in one of her eyes. It is a condition inherited from her mother Severine Renard, 40, who was also born with the condition. it was diagnosed in her too late to save her sight and she had one eye removed at the age of six months, and the second eye removed at 18 months.
BLACKABEE.  TOT BORN TO BLIND PARENTS GETS HALF SIGHT SAVED BY DOCS
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THIS is the girl who has released her heartbreaking pictures of her battle with anorexia - which began at the tender age of TEN. Anna McVicar had a weight goal of just three stone during a battle which began just after she left JUNIOR school. She battled the disease for a staggering years - and now finally weighs a healthy nine stone. She has released her shocking pictures in a bid to help other young girls suffering from anorexia. She wants parents to realise how young the disease can take hold of its victims.
MCVICAR. GIRL SHARES ANOREXIC PICS TO SAVE OTHERS - IN BATTLE THAT STARTED AGED TEN
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Daddy where are my legs? In one heart stopping moment everything changed for Nicole and her family... Nicole Nugent, 31, Palm Harbour, Florida
NUGENT. PROSTHETIC LEGS FOR DAUGHTER AFTER DAD CUT THEM OFF WITH A LAWNMOWER
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THIS is the baby who has had her head REBUILT. Brave tot Lydia Marshall was born with a ‘clover leaf’ skull which meant that her head was misshappen. But doctors have managed to remove parts of her skull and re-shape it into a more normal shape so that Lydia can lead a normal life. Mum Laura, 33, who lives in Doncaster, said: ‘To me, Lydia has always been beautiful, but the doctors have done a wonderful job with her. ‘They have completely re-shaped her head and we are hoping that now she won’t need any more surgery.’ Laura was born with the same condition, although it wasn’t as severe as Lydia’s. She had three operations before she was six months old, where doctors removed part of her skull to allow it to expand into a more normal shape.
MARSHALL -  BABY WHO HAD HER HEAD REBUILT
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THIS is the little boy who is allergic to GRASS. Little Jacob Shuff, three, breaks out in a red angry rash all over his body when he gets near grass. So he’s had to have an ARTIFICIAL lawn put down at his home in Stockport. Mum Vicky, 29, an insurance administrator, said: ‘Having artificial grass is the only way that Jacob can play safely outside. ‘If he comes into contact with any grass or trees, then his skin flares up in an angry rash and becomes cracked. And his eyes swell up too.
SHUFF. LITTLE BOY WHO IS ALLERGIC TO GRASS.
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He might be small and scaly but he's perfect to me. As a first time Mum, I couldn't stop thinking about what the baby boy inside me would be like. I didn't really care as long as he was healthy, I thought.
MY LITTLE RAY OF SUNSHINE
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