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WHEN medical treatment fails, a motherís love and devotion can be just as powerful. When Sandra and Rob Margetts were told by doctors in the UK that they couldnít save their daughter Laura Wright from a brain tumour they refused to give up hope. Laura, 34, had been struck down by the rare tumour and the operation to try and reduce it caused her to have a massive stroke, and doctors said there was nothing more they could do. So the couple paid £150,000 for pioneering treatment in the USA - as a last chance of hope to save their daughterís life.
WRIGHT. PARENTS WHO SPENT 200K SAVING THEIR DAUGHTERS LIFE AND MAKING HER A MUM
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THIS is the heartbreaking picture of the mum who tried for a staggering 17 years to have a baby - and was a mum for just 32 days. Tracie Wright and her husband Paul, 42, had never given up trying despite nearly two decades of trying desperately to be parents. They had undergone two courses of fertility treatment to try and help them, but the second course made Mrs Wright so ill that she ended up in hospital.
WRIGHT . Mum who tried for a staggering 17 years to have a baby - and was a mum for just 32 days.
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THIS is the woman who lost 12 stone - to jump out of a plane. Emma Doggettís life ambition was to jump out of a plane in a skydive - but at a hefty 24 stone, she was told she was too fat to jump. So she started on a diet to lose the weight and last week fulfilled her ambition by doing a skydive, weighing a trim 12 stone.
DOGGETT - WOMAN LOSES 12 STONE - TO JUMP OUT OF A PLANE
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WHEN Hollie Arnold was born with just one arm, she never let it hold her back. Now the determined teenager has been fitted with a special weighted prosthetic arm to allow her to fulfill her dream of throwing a javelin in the London 2012 Paralympics. Hollie, 17, has spent years perfecting her javelin technique but was held back by having no right arm to provide crucial balance.
ARNOLD - GIRL BORN WITH ONE ARM HAS PROSTHETIC ONE FOR PARALYMPICS
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When their son Adam died after being attacked on a night out, his heartbroken parents made the bravest decision. They agreed to donate his organs - a decision that saved the lives of five others. And its a decision that has brought them unexpected comfort - after Mark Smith, one of the donors who received their sonís kidney, wrote to say a heartfelt thank you.
ROGERS. REMARKABLE FRIENDSHIP - PARENTS DONATE ORGAN OF SON WHO DIED, AND STRIKE UP FRIENDSHIP WITH
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THIS is the miracle tot who has fought against cancer - and come out a CHAMP! Little Lilly Maglashan celebrates with her twin sister Molly as her amazing recovery has left doctors baffled. Brave Lilly faced a terrible race against time after doctors in the UK said there was nothing more they could do for her.
MACGLASHAN - MIRACLE TOT BEATS CANCER AND COMES OUT A CHAMP
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WHEN his son Daniel was given just months to live without a lifesaving transplant, his devoted father David made a brave decision. His son was suffering from a rare liver condition and it was unlikely that surgeons would find a donor liver in time. So he decided to step forward and risk his life to donate part of his own liver to save his desperately ill son.
OSHAUGNESSY - DAD SAVES SON BY DONATING PART OF HIS OWN LIVER
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GRANDMOTHER Debbie Hughes has stunned doctors by becoming one of Britainís oldest mothers - at the age of 53.
HUGHES. GRANDMOTHER BECOMES ONE OF BRITAIN'S OLDEST NATURAL MUMS - AT AGE 53.
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It was a long struggle for Bronte to be able to speak, but when she did, her first words made it all worthwhile. As Bronte sits chatting and giggling on her Dad Martin's lap, it's an emotional moment for mum Hellen. A few months earlier Bronte couldn't speak because of a pipe inserted into her throat to help her breathe and her parents had taught her sign language to enable her to communicate.
CASSELL - DOCS GAVE MY LITTLE GIRL A VOICE
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A TIGER will never in his lifetime meet a zebra - as they live continents apart. One roams the plains of Africa, whilst the other slinks amongst the forests of Asia. But from a distance it looks like the most impossible friendship has blossomed - between one animal who has the distinctive orange stripes of a tiger, whilst next to him stands another, who has the black and white striped coat of a zebra.
WEAVER. THE Tigoodle and a Zeboodle. - AN IMPOSSIBLE FRIENDSHIP
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