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WHEN little Alex Logan lost his voice after gruelling chemotherapy, his devastated parents never thought they would ever hear him speak again. The brave five year old had been left unable to speak after his battle for survival - until he got his voice back thanks to an ICE POP. To the amazement of the doctors, who believed he had suffered brain damage, his voice came back after he swallowed a freezing cold ice pop and his first words were ‘I love you mummy,’ Mrs Logan, 38, said: ‘I just burst into tears when I heard his voice. We never thought we were going to hear him speak again. ‘It’s all thanks to an ice-pop. His throat had been so painful after the treatment he’d had that he’d been too frightened to speak because it hurst so much. ‘When he swallowed the ice pop it cooled and numbed his throat, so it gave him the confidence to speak again. ‘I can’t believe that an ice pop gave my son his voice back. It really is a miracle.’
LOGAN - THE LITTLE BOY WHO GOT HIS LOST VOICE BACK - THANKS TO AN ICE POP
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WHEN Lee Ferrigan heard that his best friend needed a lifesaving kidney transplant he felt it was a special mission. Mr Ferrigan had just tragically lost his young wife to cancer - and Mr Ferrigan knew that he hadn’t been able to save her, but that he could save his best friend Darren Ferguson. So he donated his own kidney to save Mr Ferguson, who after the life saving transplant can now live a normal life. Mr Ferrigan, 35, said: ‘When my wife was diagnosed with cancer I knew that I couldn’t do anything to save her. So when I knew that Darren needed a kidney, that I could do something to save him. ‘I told him that I was determined to go ahead with the transplant - and that I may not have been able to save my wife, but that I could help him. ‘I’m so glad that I was able to help, and its great to see him living a normal life now.’
FERRIGAN. I COULDNT SAVE MY WIFE BUT I SAVED MY BEST FRIEND.
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Eight year Billy Edmendson has a remarkable bond with his baby sister Sally - after he saved her life whilst she was still in their mother’s womb. When their pregnant mother Zoe collapsed unconscious at home, she didn’t think there was anyone to help her. But she didn’t count on the quick thinking of her son Billy who phoned for the ambulance, which ended up saving the life of his unborn sister. Miss Edmenson was rushed to hospital - where she was given treatment and tests showed her baby was still alive. Now baby Sally has been born safely - to the relief of Billy who is thrilled with his sister’s arrival. Miss Edmenson, 31, who works as a private carer, said: ‘Sally is here today because of Billy’s quick thinking. He saved her life.
EDMENSON - THE BOY WHO SAVED HIS BABY SISTER - WHILST SHE WAS IN THE WOMB
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Ocasionally her stumps get sore, and she can’t walk for a while, but it doesn’t stop her. She and Thomas play in the garden like they always used to do. He is a fantastic inspiration to her, she just wants to be normal like her big brother. And she bakes too. She doesn’t let it hold her back. She has found a way to balance the spoon inbetween her wrists and she still bakes all her favourite cakes. She is the bravest little girl I know.
MATTHEWS. BRAVEST BAKER MENINIGITIS GIRL.
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THIS is the unique little girl with ‘chocolate’ blood. Four year old Kyra Land baffled doctors with her condition which took a staggering two years to diagnose. Eventually she was diagnosed with an extremely rare blood disease called methaemaglobinaemia - also known as chocolate blood disease - as it means the blood is the thickness and colour of chocolate.
 LAND. THE LITTLE GIRL WITH CHOCOLATE BLOOD.
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WHEN Aimee Bowler went into labour unexpectedly at home, she knew exactly who to call. Her identical twin sister Emma Bowler-Morris had been at her side at the previous births of all her four children. But when Mrs Bowler-Morris arrived at her twin’s home just minutes later, there was no time to get her to hospital. Instead she delivered her sister’s baby on the bathroom floor - in the pitch dark and using just a light from her mobile phone as there had been a power cut. Miss Bowler, 36, said: ‘I’m just so glad Emma was there to help me through it. She has been with me through all the births of my children - but she never expected that she would actually deliver baby number five. ‘The labour happened so quickly that I couldn’t get to hospital in time. I had called an ambulance too, but Emma arrived before the ambulance and luckily she was there to deliver my son.
BOWLER. IDENTICAL TWIN DELIVERED MY BABY
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24 YEAR OLD BROKE LEG AT FOOTBALL MATCH - AND HAD IT AMPUTATED DUE TO HOSPITAL NEGLIGENCE
Oliver I lost my leg playing football.
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It is a heartrending sight. Wire snare caught so tightly around his neck he cannot eat, this young male lion is doomed to die a slow and agonising death. Within a matter of days he will be lying in the African bush gasping his last breath. Nor is he alone in his grim fate. The sight is increasingly common in parts of the continent when a growing number of lions have fallen victim to poaching.
Agonising death of the King of the Jungle. Young lion doomed to starve after poachers snare.
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THIS is the miracle little boy who has managed to beat more than a HUNDRED cancer tumours in his EYES. Little Ernie Brown is just four years old, yet for more of his short life he has endured endless rounds of chemotherapy treatment to try and beat his rare cancer. So far he has managed to fight off more than a hundred tumours in his eyes, that have threatened to take his sight and his life. But so far he has managed to beat all of them, and doctors have managed to save most of his sight too. His relieved parents have hailed his survival as a miracle, and have put it down to their son’s incredible fighting spirit. Mrs Brown, 37, a nurse, said: ‘Ernie has been so brave and we are so proud of him for doing so well.
 BROWN - THE BOY WHO HAS BEATEN MORE THAN 100 TUMOURS
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Every woman deserves to feel beautiful, especially when they're trying on their wedding dress. But I felt that the shop assistants were whispering about me, about my 20st weight and my size 30 dress.
Broomfield. I lost so much weight my own daughter did not recognise me.
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