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‘There goes Jade and her crippled daughter.’ The cruel words hung in the air as I pushed the pram past a group of girls. These girls had once been my friends, but now I couldn’t bear to look at them. How could they possibly shout such awful things. It had been a shock when I fell pregnant at 16. It had happened on my 16th birthday and my mum Maria kept insisting that I was pregnant. ‘No, I’m not,’ I kept saying. But then six weeks later I had missed a period. So I did a test and there it was. The positive blue line staring back at me, telling me I was pregnant. My pregnancy went smoothly until 12 weeks when the doctors told me I had a high chance of my baby having Downs Syndrome. It was a one in ten chance. But I was so young, I never really thought much about it. I was sure it wouldn’t happen to me.
MILLARD. MY DAUGHTER AGED FASTER THAN ME.
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THIS is the family who are ALL fighting TUMOURS. Due to a rare genetic condition mum Wendy has more than twenty tumours all around her body, son William has ten, and youngest son Kieran has five. They are all at risk of turning cancerous - meaning that the family are each living with a ticking timebomb. Wendy, 42, a receptionist, who lives with partner Gary Beckley, 48, a railway track maintenance worker, in Erith, Kent, said: ‘Between us we have around 40 tumours, all over our body.
OBRIEN. THE FAMILY WHO ALL HAVE TUMOURS
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‘He’s beautiful,’ my hubby Nick, 29, said, holding our newborn son Oscar. It was 28th July 2010 and although our baby was smaller than expected at 6Ib2, he was perfect. At home, with our three other boys, my family felt complete. but then, when Oscar was nine months old I noticed there was something wrong with his eye. ‘What’s wrong with your eye?’ I said, looking at him.
COTTON. CANCER TOT'S SIGHT SAVED TO SEE HIS PARENTS WED
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THIS is the little girl who is growing into a GIANT. Penny Leake is five years old, yet due to a rare condition she is already the height of an eight year old. And she is expected to reach a height of 5ft10 by her early teens, thanks to the genetic disorder Sotos Syndrome - also known as Cerebral Giantism. Her bones are growing at a faster rate - when she was only a year old she already had the bones of a much older child. Her mother Wendy, 35, who runs her own cleaning service, said: ‘When Penny has a tantrum in the supermarket people can’t understand why an eight year old is having such a childish tantrum. They don’t realise that she is only actually five.’
LEAKE. THE LITTLE GIRL WHO IS GROWING INTO A GIANT.
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As Lucy Nicoll stands at the school gates to wait to pick her daughter up, she can finally be proud of what she looks like. It has been a hard slog for her, but she has finally managed to lose a massive eleven stone - because of the pressure to look good at the school gates. ‘I was so worried about my daughter being teased about how fat I was,’ admits Lucy, 27, who lives in Broxburn, West Lothian. ‘I was absolutely huge and I didn’t want the other children making fun of her for having a fat mum. ‘I wanted to be slim and look good at the gates, so that my daughter could be proud of me. She is only six, but children pick up on these things. So it was important to me to look good for her sake as well as mine.’
 MUM WHO LOST 11 STONE.
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THIS is the girl who was saved from cancer by having a HAIRCUT. It was only when mum Sally Wilsoncroft parted the back of her daughter Victoria’s hair to carry out a trim, that she discovered a lump on her neck. Tests which were eventually carried out on the lump showed that it was cancerous and Victoria underwent gruelling chemotherapy treatment.
WILSONCROFT. A HAIRCUT SAVED MY DAUGHTER FROM CANCER.
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I lumbered down the street, panting with every breath. And then the cruel taunts rang out around my ears. ‘Pumba, Pumba,’ rang out the voice from the other side of the pavement. I cringed in embarrassment. I was being called the name from the pig in the Disney film the Lion King. Like me the pig was overweight, and being called it really hurt. But I was always getting called names for being so fat. I was only 19 and yet I weighed over 22 stone. I had struggled with my weight ever since I was in my teens. I just piled more and more weight on. And the kids at school would jeer at me too and call me hurtful names. That was embarrassing enough, but to have complete strangers call me Pumba in the street was awful.
 PENDLEBURY. AMAZING PHOTO DIARY OF WOMAN WHO LOST NEARLY TEN STONE.
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There was a small scab on the left side of my nose, and it just wouldn’t go away. I kept knocking the scab off, and then it would re-form. But I had thought it was only because I kept knocking it. I’d just met my boyfriend Dan Willetts and was enjoying spending time with him. But then six months after we met I decided to go and see the doctor as I had earache.
WILLETTS. MY FACE WAS REBUILT AFTER CANCER
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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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