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THIS is the baby who has made a remarkable recovery - after being strangled by a rare tumour growing in her neck. Little Summer Vincent baffled doctors when a lump started to grow on the side of her neck. It was discovered to be an extremely rare tumour - with only two other cases ever reported in the UK - and she had to undergo an extremely risky operation to remove it.
VINCENT. MIRACLE RECOVERY OF BABY BEING STRANGLED BY HER NECK TUMOUR
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THIS is brave little Ellie Challis playing football. Little Ellie touched the hearts of the world when she took her first ever steps on prosthetic legs after tragically losing all her limbs to meninigitis in July 2005. She had defied all the odds to fight for her life in hospital after contracting the killer bug, but she had to have all her limbs amputated eight weeks later. She has spent the last four years walking on prosthetic limbs - and now amazingly she plays football for her school team. Mum Lisa, 37, said: ‘It is fantastic to see Ellie playing football. When she lost her legs to meninigitis we never imagined that one day she would be playing football for her school team.
Challis. THIS is brave little Ellie Challis playing football.
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WHEN tiny spaniel pups Mickie and Minnie were born blind their fate seemed to be sealed. The breeder couldn’t sell them because of their blindness, but luckily they were rescued by an animal rescue charity in South Wales. And now a Bristol vet has stepped in and given them both the gift of sight - and a new life - by performing delicate cornea operations on both the pups.
REEVES. MIRACLE OF THE PUPS BORN BLIND GIVEN THE GIFT OF SIGHT.
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MUM Susan Saul has been given just three months to live by doctors - but there are two people who are determined not to give up on her. Her daughters Seren, eight, and Estelle, four, have helped launch their campaign ‘Save Our Sue‘ to help save the mother they adore. Mrs Saul was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer - which was discovered after she twisted her knee falling whilst she was pregnant with her youngest daughter. Doctors in the UK have told her there is nothing more they can do, and she has just three months to live. But her family have refused to give up on her are now fundraising in a race against time to send Mrs Saul to Germany for pioneering treatment not available in the UK. They need to raise £45,000 for the treatment which they hope will save her life - and brave Seren and Estelle are spearheading the campaign, which has already raised £10,000.
SAUL. DESPERATE RACE AGAINST TIME FOR MUM GIVEN JUST THREE MONTHS TO LIVE.
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THESE are the two brave little girls who both have lifethreatening tumours on their hearts. Sisters Charlie-Marie and Emma-Jean Skinner have baffled doctors with their survival after they were both diagnosed with the rare tumours. Four year old Emma-Jean has two tumours in her heart, and Charlie-Marie has a tumour so big that doctors say they have never seen one that size before. Amazingly she is still alive because one of her heart chambers has grown bigger, to compensate for the size of the tumour.
SKINNER. THE TWO LITTLE SISTERS WITH TUMOURS ON THEIR HEARTS.
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THIS is the mum who can’t remember giving birth to her two young sons - after her memory was wiped out by a car crash. Seven years of Jenny Crow’s memory has been erased after the crash which happened in September 2009 after she had picked her youngest son up from school. She can no longer remember giving birth to her sons Harrison, six, and Jackson, five - and can’t recall ever being pregnant with her third child at the time of the crash.
CROWE. MUM WHO CAN'T REMEMBER GIVING BIRTH TO HER TWO SONS
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It’s an extraordinary tale of love and devotion. When doctors told Laura Binder that there was nothing they could do to save her from cancer, there was one person who refused to give up on her. Whilst her mum was battling to survive breast cancer which had spread to her liver - nine year old daughter Linzi gave her the best medicine she could have asked for. With incredible devotion, every day for seven months she wrote her mother a letter - encouraging her to beat the terrible disease and urging her to stay alive.
BINDER. DAUGHTER, 9, SAVES HER MUM FROM CANCER WITH DEVOTED LOVE LETTER MEDICINE
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SHE’S the real life Thumbelina. Looking at this picture it seems there is a big age gap between these two sisters. But amazingly tiny Faith Findlay is aged seven - a year OLDER than her bigger sister Hope, who is only six. Little Faith has an extremely rare form of dwarfism, with only 30 cases reported world-wide.
FINDLAY - THE REAL LIFE THUMBELINA.
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THIS is the mum who has lost a staggering 13 stone - to become a mum. When Lisa Glossop was told she was too fat for IVF treatment ,she knew she had to take drastic action. She and husband Julian had been trying desperately for a baby for more than a decade. When Lisa, 33, went to her GP for help, he told her that at 25 stone, she was too heavy to have IVF treatment.
GLOSSOP. THE MUM WHO LOST 13 STONE TO BE A MUM - PICK ME UP MAG LAST WEEK
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WHEN Suzanne Gaskell was told she was too fat for IVF treatment she was devastated. She and her husband Chris had been trying for six years to have a baby but when Mrs Gaskell was referred to a fertility expert she was told she would have to lose weight in order to have treatment. She was so determined to be a mum that she managed to lose a staggering seven stone and drop five dress sizes.
GASKELL. MIRACLE BABY FOR WOMAN TOLD SHE WAS TOO FAT FOR IVF TREATMENT - AFTER SHE LOST 7 STONE.
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