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THIS is the mother and baby who have BOTH survived the killer brain bug meningitis. TV actress Holly Matthews, who has appeared in television dramas Casualty, Waterloo Road and Byker Grove was stunned when her baby daughter Brooke was diagnosed with the deadly disease just eight weeks ago. It was like history repeating itself as Miss Matthews had already beaten the disease herself at the age of seven. She could only watch hopelessly as her tiny daughter fought for life, just as she had done years earlier. But against all the odds, little Brooke has survived and has now returned home with Miss Matthews.
MATTHEWS. MENINGITIS MUM AND BABY
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My sister Hayley and I sat in the cinema and tears were pouring down both of our faces. It was the saddest film we’d both seen in ages, and we were just both gripped by it. It was October and we’d gone to see the film ‘My Sister’s Keeper’, about one sister who has leukaemia and the parents have another child so she can give her sister a lifesaving bone marrow transplant.
BARBER. CANCER SISTERS CURSED BY FILM.
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I loved picking up the phone and talking to Lee Hanson. Every few weeks I’d have the excuse to dial his number and we’d have a good chat down the phone. I was 18 and working at the local job centre. Lee worked in the council’s housing department and I needed to call him for work placements. After the work questions were out the way, we’d have a chat, and a bit of a giggle and a flirt. I felt safe talking to him down the telephone line. To him I was a person at the end of the phone and he could hear the real me. He didn’t have to see my face.
HANSON . MY HUSBAND FELL IN LOVE MY VOICE.
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LITTLE Amelia Jones is the littlest lifesaver - after saving her mother’s life. When she was just 15 months old, Amelia elbowed her mother Jill accidentally in the side of her left breast. When Mrs Jones rubbed at her breast to ease the pain she felt a lump there that she hadn’t felt before. Tests showed it was breast cancer and she underwent an immediate operation to remove the lump. She underwent a mastectomy operation, chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment in an attempt to beat the disease. Now she is all clear - and credits Amelia, now four, with saving her life that day.
JONES . FOUR YEAR OLD GIRL WHO SAVED MUM FROM BREAST CANCER.
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WHEN Rebecca Cornell and her husband Mark wanted to start a family they were desperate to have a designer baby. Rebecca, 33, had been diagnosed with Treacher Collins Syndrome, a rare condition that causes facial malformation and she was desperate not to pass the condition onto her baby. ‘I had been teased dreadfully at school because of what I used to look like,’ admitted Rebecca, who lives with Mark, 38, a technical engineer, in Norfolk. ‘Children used to scream and pretend they were scared of me when they saw me and I didn’t want to have to put my children through what I had been through.’
CORNELL. PLEASE DON'T BE SCARED OF MY DAUGHTERS.
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NO sex-please, we’re.....vegetables. When Kate Stockton dug up this saucy ‘Mr’ and ‘Mrs’ Carrot in her allotment she couldn’t believe her eyes. First of all she dug up Mr Carrot and couldn’t believe it when she saw his ‘meat and two veg’ on display. But then she dug up the carrot growing next to him and found Mrs Carrot - who looked rather less willing than her hubby. Kate, 43, who lives with hubby Gerry, in Stockport, said: ‘It’s just like the average British couple in the bedroom. It looks like Mrs Carott is saying not tonight dear, I’ve got a headache.!’
STOCKTON. MR AND MRS CARROT
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WHEN Jayne Fenney was desperately unhappy with her body after losing eleven stone, she didn’t know where to turn. She had so much excess skin after losing all the weight, that the cosmetic surgery bill to rebuild her body was going to cost £30,000. So Miss Fenney decided to sell her house to fund the surgery. She managed to get £120,000 for her smart three bedroomed semi detached home in Kent - and footed the bill for all her surgery.
FENNEY. WOMAN WHO SOLD HER HOUSE - TO PAY FOR A NEW BODY
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THIS is the brave meningitis girl who is taking her first ever steps - thanks to a WII exercise board. When brave meningitis victim Natasha Dines struggled to walk with her prosthetic legs doctors came up with an ingenious solution. They encouraged Natasha to use the WII exercise board and now thanks to daily use of the game’s balance board, Natasha is finally able to start walking again - five years after losing her legs to the deadly brain bug.
DINES. THE LITTLE MENINIGITIS GIRL WHO USED WII BALANCE GAME TO HELP HER WALK AGAIN.
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THIS is the real life Sleeping Beauty. Because of an incredibly rare disorder 21 year old Lily Clarke sleeps for two MONTHS at a time. She misses university exams, Christmas and New Years celebrations - and even missed her 18th birthday party as she fell asleep several days beforehand. Miss Clarke, who lives in Haselmere, Surrey, has been diagnosed with Kleine-Levin Syndrome - also known as Sleeping Beauty Disease - where sufferers can fall asleep for weeks and months at a time.
CLARKE. THE REAL LIFE SLEEPING BEAUTY - THE GIRL WHO SLEEPS FOR TWO MONTHS AT A TIME.
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WHEN Emma Boronat realised her massive bulk could kill her, she decided to take drastic action. Mrs Boronat, 39, has now lost a staggering eleven stone - and amazingly she weighs less than she did as an 13-year-old school girl.
 BORONAT. MUM WHO LOST 11 STONE  - AND NOW WEIGHS LESS THAN SHE WAS AGED 13.
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