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WHEN Cathryn Wyllie battled leukaemia at the age of 14, she was told she would never be a mum. She had suffered a rare form of the disease and the chemotherapy treatment needed to save her was so aggressive that doctors told her it would leave her infertile. Against all the odds she fell pregnant and gave birth to three children, Bonnie, nine, Caul, three and Beau, 11 months old. But tragically when she was pregnant with Beau she discovered a lump in her breast - and doctors have recently diagnosed her with terminal breast cancer.
Wyllie Girl battles leukaemia to be mum then hit by cancer.
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THIS is the woman who has made medical history - by giving birth to identical triplets whilst suffering from cystic fibrosis. Kandace Smith, from South Louisiana, USA , was told by doctors to terminate the dangerous triplet pregnancy as they didn’t think she was going to survive. People with the lung disease cystic fibrosis only have a short life expectancy and any pregnancy is dangerous because of the extra pressure it puts on the lungs. But Miss Smith, 20, bravely refused, and carried on with the world first pregnancy, even though it meant risking her own life. She managed to carry the babies for 28 weeks until her lung function started to fail and they were delivered by doctors at Tulane-Lakeside Hospital in October. Miss Smith said: ‘I couldn’t believe that I was actually pregnant, and when the scan showed there was three heartbeats I nearly passed out, and so did I. ‘I didn’t actually believe it was possible - and there were three babies in my womb. ‘
KANDACE SMITH. WORLD FIRST MUM WITH CYSTIC FIBROSIS GIVES BIRTH TO TRIPLETS
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Badger . I felt my Caesarean surgery. I tried to ignore the fingers probing inside my body, gritted my teeth against the pain. I told myself to hang on, that I could do it. For 15 agonising minutes the surgeon wrestled to deliver my twin girls whilst the blood gushed out of me.
Badger . I felt my Caesarean surgery.
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THIS is the baby who amazed doctors when she was born doing the CAN - CAN! Little Imgoen Scully was born with her left leg in a high kick position favoured in the popular chorus line dance. Her strange leg position baffled doctors - and it stayed up in the air for a week after she was born, to the amazement of her mother Lara. Miss Scully, 38, who lives in Brighton, said: ‘I’d never seen anything like it before and neither had the doctors. ‘Her leg was right up in the air by her head when she was born as if she was doing the Can -Can.
SCULLY. BABY BORN DOING THE CAN-CAN
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‘Can I hold her hand,’ I asked the nurse, tears welling up in my eyes. She nodded, so I took hold of my mum Liz’s left hand and gave it a gentle squeeze. I could see the tips of her fingers already starting to turn black. Gently I massaged her palm and each finger one by one. My beautiful mum lying here motionless. Could she even feel me holding her hand, I couldn’t tell.
CURRY. Daughter saves mums hand.
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WHEN KERRIE and Paul Kew's children were being bullied at school because their parents were so fat, they decided to take action. They weighed almost a massive 50 STONE between them and knew they had to lose weight to help their children.
Kew . THE PARENTS WHO LOST 21 STONE - BECAUSE THEIR CHILDREN WERE BEING BULLED AT SCHOOL.
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A GIRL who became the first Brit to have a heart transplant reversed celebrated her milestone 18th birthday yesterday (May 1st) Brave Hannah Clark made medical history when her own heart was brought back to life and doctors were able to remove the transplanted heart. The schoolgirl had lived with two hearts after an operation carried out when she was just two years old. The donor heart ‘piggy-backed’ her own heart, but she later developed a cancer linked to anti rejection drugs. At one point her devastated parents were told she had just 12 hours to live - but brave Hannah survived, and doctors were amazed when her damaged heart suddenly began to repair itself.
CLARK. 'TWO HEARTS' GIRL CELEBRATES 18TH BIRTHDAY MILESTONE.
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WHEN brave mother-of-eight Angela Millthorpe was diagnosed with terminal cancer, she was determined that her husband should know exactly how to raise their large family. Despite having been given the heartbreaking diagnosis, she set about passing on her mothering skills to her husband Ian. Before her death Mrs Millthorpe put her husband through an intensive six month training course to make sure he was prepared for every eventuality. And it was a mummy training course that has paid off - as Mr Millthorpe now runs the family life like clockwork and has no qualms about raising his large family single-handedly. Mr Millthorpe, 49, a , said: ‘Some people would be daunted with raising a family of eight on their own, but Angie made sure that I was well prepared. ‘Without her six month training course I would have never been able to do it, but now i’m full of confidence that I can.
MILLTHORPE. WIDOWED FATHER BRINGS UP FAMILY OF 8 - AFTER HEARTBREAKING 'MUMMY TRAINING COURSE'.
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WHEN Suzanne Franklin fell pregnant, she was at a loss how to eat for two. She had suffered from extreme food allergies for years - and doctors warned her that pregnancy would make the allergies worse. She was allergic from everything from eggs and dairy produce to all fruit and veg - so Miss Franklin found an unusual solution. She found she wasn’t allergic to Macdonald’s Big Macs - so she ate a Big Mac burger every day throughout her pregnancy. And any worries about her unusual diet affecting her baby’s growth were unfounded - as she has given birth to her own 10Ib2 whopper. Miss Franklin, 23, said: ‘ All those burgers definitely didn’t do him any harm. It was the only thing I could eat safely during my pregnancy, so I just lived on them.
EXCLUSIVE: GRS FRANKLIN. THE ALLERGIC  MUM WHO ATE A BIG MAC EVERY DAY WHILST PREGNANT
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THIS is the woman whose life has been saved in a world first case - by doctors filling her heart with SUPERGLUE. When doctors discovered a rare tumour in Jamie Arliss’s heart they thought there was nothing that could be done to save her. There is no-one alive in the world with such a tumour - and they thought the mother of one was doomed. But then cardiologist Christopher Cave came up with a radical idea to save her. He filled the golf-ball sized tumour in her heart with SUPERGLUE - which amazingly has stopped the tumour growing and saved her life.
ARLISS. US DOCS SAVE WOMAN - BY FILLING HER HEART WITH SUPERGLUE
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