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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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THESE are the two young sisters who have survived cancer after both being struck down with the disease at the SAME time. Rebekah Rae, 13, and her 11-year-old sister Megan left doctors battled when they were both diagnosed with different forms of the deadly disease, just eight months apart. Doctors told their devastated parents they had more chances of winning the lottery twice than it happening to their daughters. The sisters were even in the same hospital at the same time having gruelling chemotherapy treatment to keep them alive. But now they have both just been given the all clear - and their relieved parents are celebrating their survival.
RAE. TWO YOUNG SISTERS STRUCK DOWN WITH CANCER - AT THE SAME TIME
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WHEN Kim Woollard’s dog Barney started feeling under the weather, she had no idea what could be wrong. He’d been on a long walk on the beach the day before, and had seemed perfectly perky. But when Mrs Woollard took him to the vets and they gave him an x-ray - the answer was right infront of him. Barney had eaten a staggering 109 pebbles during his walk on the beach. The vets found 79 pebbles in stomach cavity - and Mrs Woollard found a further 30 stones in his basket when she returned home, that had already passed through his system.
WOOLLARD - DOG WHO SWALLOWED 109 STONES
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WHEN Katrina Young was told she would never be a mum she was heartbroken. After two years of unsuccessfully trying to start a family with husband Robert, doctors discovered she was suffering from polycystic ovaries. She was told it would be very difficult for her to ever fall pregnant - and her dreams of being a mum were shattered. But she went on to prove the doctors wrong - and has recently given birth to her TENTH child. Mrs Young, 36, a breast feeding support worker, said: ‘For me, being a mum is the best thing in the world.
YOUNG. MUM TOLD SHE WOULD NEVER HAVE KIDS GIVES BIRTH TO 10TH BABY.
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WHEN Claire Sanderson had been trying for a baby for 15 years, she thought she would never be a mother. Doctors had diagnosed her with unexplained fertility, but she and her husband Dean never gave up hope. They kept on trying, but as the years passed, they had started to accept they would never be parents, especially as Mrs Sanderson’s periods had completely stopped two years previously. Then Mrs Sanderson suddenly started to feel an unexplained movement in her stomach one night and as a precautionary measure, took a pregnancy test. It showed a positive result - and her miracle baby Summer arrived into the world just EIGHT weeks later.
SANDERSON. MUM WAITED 15 YEARS TO HAVE BABY - THEN GAVE BIRTH IN 8 WEEKS.
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Teenager just never stop. What with dance, football and meeting friends, my 15 year old daughter Annie, was always on the go. "I don't know where she gets her energy from." I said to my husband Steve, 47, as Annie picked at her dinner then dashed off somewhere.  She was a fussy eater.
 Clements DAD WHO SAVED DAUGHTER BY GIVING HER A KIDNEY FOR 18TH BIRTHDAY
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They say it never rains but it pours - and in January 2000, my whole world came tumbling down. My hubby Roger had been battling with soft tissue cancer for four years. We'd tried everything; surgery, chemo, radiotherapy. But the fight proved too much and he was just 38 when he died. Our son Matthew was almost 4 when it happened and our baby Hannah was only 22 months. So unfair. And the bad news kept coming. Doctors suspected that the cancer we'd lost Roger to was genetic, caused by a condition called neurofibromatosis.
TUCKER. THEY STARE BECAUSE YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL.
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