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BRAVE little Eleanor Coneybeare has just taken her first ever steps - after losing her leg to meningitis. Little Eleanor, two, delighted her mum Alison when she bravely took her first steps with her new leg. The tot had lost her own leg to meningitis before she had even learnt to walk - but now she is letting nothing hold her back. Mum Alison, 44, said: ‘We were so thrilled when she started to walk. We didn’t know if we would ever see her walk again when she lost her leg.
Coneybeare BRAVE little Eleanor  has just taken her first ever steps .
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‘I’M sorry, but she has cancer,’ the doctors words rang around in my head. I couldn’t take it in. How could my daughter have cancer. She was only two years old, yet we were being told she was fighting for her life. I’d only given birth to her baby sister just a few weeks before, it was all too much to take in. It was only because of Poppy’s birth, that we had noticed that there was anything wrong with Gracie.
 HYLAND. I COULDNT LOVE MY DAUGHTER
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THESE are the two brave little brothers who have become the youngest pair in the UK to ever BOTH survive meningitis. Alfie and Finlay Shadbolt have astounded experts after both contracting the killer brain bug and managing to battle through it at only a few months old. Alfie was the first to be struck down with the bug at five months old, followed by his brother Finlay who also faced his battle for survival at just 14 months old.
IVES. YOUNGEST BROTHERS IN UK TO BOTH SURVIVE MENINGITIS
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WHEN Madeleine Webb was told that her pet rabbit Baxter had passed away she was heartbroken. Baxter had been taken to the vets for an operation but had sadly passed away during the procedure. But amazingly when Madeleine’s dad went to pay the bill at the vet surgery, they made an amazing discovery. When the vet nurse had gone to the fridge where they kept the deceased pets, she had found Baxter ALIVE.
WEBB.  RABBIT WHO ROSE FROM THE DEAD
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TEENAGER Harvey Legge has grown an amazing FIVE INCHES overnight - after a pioneering operation to straighten his spine. Surgeons had never performed the operation on a boy as young as Harvey, but the bend in his spine was so severe that it was crushing his vital organs. Complications from the operation left them fearing he was brain dead after he lost his entire body’s worth of blood and his brain shut down.
LEGG. THE BOY WHO GREW FIVE INCHES OVERNIGHT - THANKS TO PIONEERING SPINE OP
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THIS is the family who have managed to lose a staggering 23 STONE between them. Mrs Robinson was spurred into action when she stopped breathing twenty times EACH night because she was so fat.  She feared for her life so much that she decided she had to lose weight - and she was joined by the rest of her family.
ROBINSON THE FAMILY WHO HAVE LOST A STAGGERING 23 STONE
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THESE are the miracle twins who have made medical history - by becoming the youngest twins in Britain to have BOTH survived meningitis. Quinn and Zain Derbyshire were struck down with the killer brain bug when they were just a month old, within days of each other. Their devastated parents could only watch helplessly as they both fought for life, one after the other.
DERBYSHIRE. TWINS BECOME THE YOUNGEST IN BRITAIN TO BOTH SURVIVE MENINGITIS
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As I handed my newborn daughter Holly to her big brother for a cuddle it should have been a moment of pure joy. But there was a niggling worry at the back of my mind. Harvey, five, had just been down to the children’s ward at the hospital for blood tests and the results were due any moment. I hoped it was nothing. My sister in law Jenny had been looking after Harvey whilst I’d had a caesarian to deliver Holly earlier that day
NELSON I GAVE BIRTH AND MY OTHER SON WAS DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER ON THE SAME DAY
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He's so small but he's battled for his life and his sight and he's won!
HAUGHEY. BOY WHO BATTLED EYE CANCER AND WON.
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WHEN Sharon Woolley’s son Charlie fell ill, instinctively she knew there was something seriously wrong. But she was sent home by doctors ELEVEN times in five months before he was finally diagnosed with an aggressive form of childhood cancer - and the tumour in his stomach was the size of a BASKETBALL. Doctors had told
WOOLLEY CANCER BOY SENT HOME FROM HOSPITAL 11 TIMES.
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