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WITHOUT a mother to snuggle up to, these tiny orphan elephants have the next best thing. The huge grey blankets hung out in the African bush may not be fooling anyone - but for the frightened and lonely orphaned babies, they prove to be the perfect surrogate mothers. In order for them to feed, the tiny babies have to feel something on the end of their trunks to mimic their motherís stomach. And the huge comfort blankets provide that - hung up in the bush by keepers at the world renowned elephant orphanage, run by Daphne Sheldrick and her daughter Angela.
Elephant Blankets . WITHOUT a mother to snuggle up to, these tiny orphan elephants have the next bes
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WHEN Sian Garnett discovered a lump in her breast she was terrified it may be cancer. Tests showed that the 18-year-oldís lump was in fact just a harmless cyst, but it led to both her parents checking themselves straight away for lumps. Her mum Paula found a lump in her own breast that turned out to be breast cancer, followed by her dad Ken who found a lump in his neck which was diagnosed as a form of skin cancer.
GARNETT. DAUGHTER FOUND BREAST LUMP - WHICH SAVED BOTH HER PARENTS FROM CANCER
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When Robert Baldwin asked his friend Dan to be his best man, he didnít expect him to go beyond the call of duty. But Dan Flack took his role very seriously - and has given Mr Baldwin one of his own kidneys so that he can get married and also be a father. The wedding is due to take place at the end of May - and can only go ahead because Mr Baldwinís life has now been saved by the transplant.
BALDWIN. THE BEST MAN WHO HAS GIVEN HIS BEST FRIEND A KIDNEY - SO HE CAN GET MARRIED AND BE A FATHER
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A WOMAN who struggled to fall pregnant after her husband suffered cancer has given birth to a baby boy after she was injected with chicken egg yolk. Lucy Robinson, 30, and her husband Tim, 42, knew they could never be parents naturally after Mr Robinsonís battle with testicular cancer at the age of 27. He had to have his testicles removed, so there was no chance of him being able to father a child.
 ROBINSON. MUM GIVES BIRTH AFTER BEING INJECTED WITH CHICKEN EGG YOLK
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WHEN Clare Callaghan went into labour at home she thought she would have plenty of time to call for an ambulance. But her baby was too quick and she ended up delivering the baby herself on the sofa in her lounge with no-one to help her. And not only did she deliver her baby daughter Pippa, but she had to save her life too - after the baby stopped breathing after being born still in her amniotic sac.
CALLAGHAN. THE MUM WHO HAD TO DELIVER HER OWN BABY - AND SAVE HER LIFE TOO.
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WHEN Wendy Campbellís daughter Cathy was diagnosed with abnormal cervical cells, she told her not to worry. Mrs Campbell herself had also had abnormal cells at the age of 25 and she had received successful treatment. But tests showed that Cathyís cells had already developed into cervical cancer and had started to spread around her body. Despite having chemotherapy treatment, Cathy, a mother of two, was unable to fight the disease and died, aged 25, in February last year.
CAMPBELL. MUM CALLING FOR SMEAR TEST AGE TO BE LOWER AFTER DAUGHTER DIED AT 25
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THIS is the mum who spends a whopping £20,000 a year on her daughter. Nine year old Milllee Sarton wants for nothing - as her mum Nicky spends every spare penny she and her husband Gary have on treating Millee. This Christmas she received a huge array of goods - including a plasma tv, a dvd player, horse rugs, clothes, a blackberry phone and black leather boots. But Nicky insists that Millee isnít spoilt, despite her spending thousands of pounds each year. Mrs Sarton, 42, a school governor, said: ĎI donít regret spending this amount of money on Milllee.
SARTON - MUM WHO SPENDS £20K A YEAR ON HER DAUGHTER
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THIS is the little boy who has survived the killer bug meningitis a record breaking six times. Seamus Rafferty is only six years old, yet has beaten the brain bug each year, astounding experts who have never come across a child having survived the killer bug so many times. He has been left with epilepsy and a tremor in his hands because so many blood vessels have been damaged, but he has luckily escaped any brain damage and hasnít lost his sight or hearing.
RAFFERTY. UK RECORD OF BOY WHO HAS BEATEN MENINGITIS SIX TIMES
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WHEN Ryan Marquiss was born with his heart OUTSIDE of his body, doctors didnít expect him to survive. It is an incredibly rare condition and usually babies are stillborn or die within three days. His heart also hadnít developed and so he only had half a heart - a combination of defects that is so rare that Ryan is the only one of his kind in the world. Doctors advised his devastated parents to terminate the pregnancy when his mother was just 12 weeks pregnant, but they bravely refused. And it is a gamble that has paid off, as Ryan is just about to celebrate his third birthday. Mrs Marquiss, 34, said: ĎWe wanted to let nature take its course, so we refused to have the termination. ĎWe knew it would be a miracle if he survived the birth but we were unwilling to take matters into our own hands.
MARQUISS . BOY BORN WITH HEART OUTSIDE BODY
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THIS is the remarkable photograph that saved tiny Sophie Tubmanís life. It was only when mum Louise lay Sophie next to her twin sister Megan that she could see the difference between them. It was a striking mirror image - but with a lifethreatening difference. Compared to newborn Meganís pink healthy complexion, Sophieís skin in contrast looked yellow. So Mrs Tubman took her to the doctors and eventually Sophie was diagnosed with a lifethreatening liver condition.
TUBMAN - THE PHOTO THAT SAVED A TWIN'S LIFE
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