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WHEN Tracey Symonds decided to lose weight by having a gastric bypass her sister Dawn Holmes was not to be outdone. But whilst Mrs Symonds opted for the drastic surgery option - Mrs Holmes decided she would prefer the traditional method of slimming. Now after tipping the scales at a massive 44 stone between them, the sisters have lost an incredible 19 stone during their slimming race. Mrs Holmes said: ‘When Tracey told me she was going to have a gastric bypass operation to lose weight, I knew that I couldn’t be left behind as the fat sister. ‘We had struggled with our weight for years - and we were both huge. But we were always reassurred that the other one was big too. ‘So when Tracey said she was going to do something about her weight - I knew that I had to aswell.
SYMONDS. SISTERS RACE TO LOSE WEIGHT - AND LOSE 19 STONE BETWEEN THEM
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THIS is the designer baby who has been born free of her family curse of Huntingdon’s disease. Little Poppy Nevill was born after fertility experts selected embryos which were free from the genetic defect causing Huntington’s Disease which had passed through her family. Her mother Tina was desperate not to pass the defect onto her unborn baby. Her father is currently battling Huntington’s Disease, a rare incurable disorder passed down through families where certain nerve cells in the brain degenerate.
NEVILL. DESIGNER BABY BORN FREE OF FAMILY CURSE
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DIVINE intervention helped save Lydia the cat when she swallowed a CRUCIFIX. Vets were shocked when they x-rayed the black kitten and discovered she had swallowed her owner’s gold cross necklace. X-rays showed the inch loss cross firmly lodged in her intestines, and vets had to operate to remove it. Now Lydia is recovering at home and owners Pamela Smith and her daughter Emily are watching over her carefully to make sure she only eats her proper pet food.
SMITH. THE CAT WHO SWALLOWED A CRUCIFIX
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Held in their parents arms, these twin brothers look like any other healthy boys. But six year old Freddie and Louie Dawkins will both die before the age of 12 after being struck with a fatal genetic disorder. In a cruel twist of fate the boys are the only known twins in the UK with the deadly Batten’s disease. There is no known cure for the neurological disease and although both twins were born perfectly healthy, the disease will eventually shut down their bodies.
DAWKINS. THE TWIN BOYS WHO WILL DIE BEFORE THEY ARE 12.
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THESE are the most premature surviving twin girls ever born in Britain. Mia and Scarlett Lavelle-Redrup defied all doctors expectations when they survived their miracle birth. They were both born weighing just over a pound when their mother Stephanie was just 24 weeks pregnant. They had a four month battle for survival in hospital, including operations and a battle with the killer brain bug meninigitis.
LAVELLE-REDRUP. MOST PREMATURE GIRLS BORN IN BRITAIN.
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SCHOOLGIRL Phoebe Campion was so proud of her long hair that her family nicknamed her Rapunzel. But when she heard about a charity which made wigs for little girls suffering from cancer, she didn’t hesitate to step forward and help. She made the brave decision to have her long tresses cut off - in order to donate her hair to the charity to be made into wigs. So last month she underwent the radical haircut, which has now seen her hair cut off to just below her shoulders.
WILKINSON. REAL LIFE RAPUNZEL CUTS OFF HER HAIR FOR CANCER KIDS
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THIS is the little boy whose rare MIRROR hands have saved his life. Ethan Burn has a rare condition which causes his hand movements to exactly mirror each other. When he picks objects up in one hand, the other hand copies the same movement. Amazingly Ethan can write simultaneously holding pens in both his right and left hand.
BURN. THE BOY WHOSE RARE MIRROR HANDS SAVED HIS LIFE.
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I didn’t want to have the operation, but I had no choice. ‘You need a hysteretomy,’ advised the doctor, as I sat in his surgery. I was at the end of my tether. I’d had such heavy bleeding and pain each month for more than seven years, and I really couldn’t take any more. I’d tried everything. I’d even had thermal ablation surgery where doctors used lasers to try and stop the bleeding, but that didn’t work. I was still in as much pain as ever.
GOTT. OP LEFT ME WITH A BELLY LIKE JABBA THE HUT
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WHEN doctors suspected pregnant Sophie Telford had a cancerous tumour growing in her neck, she made the bravest decision a mother could make. She told doctors she wanted to wait to have an operation to remove the tumour - so her unborn baby could survive. It was a lifethreatening risk, as it meant that the tumour carried on growing for three months without any treatment. But it was a decision that paid off - after her daughter Zarah arrived into the world healthy and safe.
TELFORD. CANCER MUM RISKS LIFE TO HAVE HER BABY.
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THIS is the mum whose twins gave her a HEART ATTACK. When Diane Mantle was 32 weeks pregnant with her twin babies she was rushed to hospital where doctors discovered she was having a heart attack. The strain on her body of carrying two babies had caused her to have the attack. Two weeks later she was given a caesarian operation to deliver the twins, and was allowed home. Mrs Mantle, a teacher, who lives in Warrington with husband Tim, who owns a kitchen company, said: ‘I was so shocked when the doctors told me that I’d had a heart attack.
MANTLE. MY TWINS GAVE ME A HEART ATTACK.
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