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I needed my husband John Amato more than ever. I gasped as a searing pain shot down my left arm. But John couldn’t possibly hold me and tell me everything was alright. Just a month earlier, in May 2003, he had died suddenly.
GONZALEZ. MY DEAD HUBBY GAVE ME HIS BONE TO SAVE ME.
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WHEN Anna Marton was given just two years to live she was devastated. She had been diagnosed with a deadly bone marrow marrow defect, which doctors said couldn’t be cured. When she unexpectedly fell pregnant doctors warned that giving birth could kill her - but she was determined to carry on with the pregnancy. And it has been a decision that has miraculously ended up saving her life - as her baby son Jason has CURED her of the condition. It has baffled doctors - but in Feburary, Anna was finally given the all clear from the disease and can now live a normal life.
MARTON. I WAS GIVEN TWO YEARS TO LIVE, BUT MY UNBORN BABY SAVED ME.
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After spending more than 50 years looking like ‘skeletor’ after suffering a rare facial disease, Angie Payne was used to hiding away from the world. But now a pioneering operation has given her her life back - after doctors injected fat from her stomach into her face. Angie’s is the only known case of its kind in the UK and the remarkable operation has changed her life. Mrs Payne, 64, said: ‘I look completely different now. It has taken years off my face.
Payne 'SKELETOR' WOMAN HAS PIONEERING FACE OP.
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WHEN Steven Howles died, his wife Vanda was determined he wouldn’t be forgotten. So she had his ashes made into ELEVEN necklaces - so all the members of the family could wear one as a permanent reminder of him. The necklaces were even designed by Mr Howles himself before he died - and Mrs Howles has even had her husband made into a matching ring and earrings too! Mrs Howles, 49, who lives in Peterborough, said: ‘We all love the fact that we have a bit of Steve with us all the time. ‘We all wear our pendants - and its such a comfort to us all.’
HOWLES. WIFE HAS DEAD HUBBY'S ASHES MADE INTO 11 FAMILY NECKLACES
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THIS is the little baby whose life has been saved after her heart was mended by a COW vein. Tiny Hannah Slater is the youngest baby ever in the UK to have the pioneering operation, after she was born at only 28 weeks weighing just 2Ib. Doctors at Southampton General Hospital told her devastated parents that there was no way she would survive more than 48 hours after her birth, after being born with a rare heart condition. But then doctors decided to try a pioneering operation which had never been carried out before.
SLATER .DOCS SAVE PREMATURE BABY WITH COW VEIN - IN YOUNGEST EVER HEART OP OF ITS KIND
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Like Victoria Beckham, mother Gemma Woods was desperate for a baby girl after giving birth to three sons. She’d already given birth to sons Dylan, now 8, Liam, five and Josh, three, and she and her husband Ian were longing for a girl to complete their family. They were thrilled when Mrs Woods, 28, fell pregnant for the fourth time and a scan showed that she was pregnant with a girl. But the family didn’t reckon on such a spectacular arrival - when baby Libby was born weighing a massive 12Ib8.
 WOODS. MUM OF THREE BOYS WHO WAS DESPERATE FOR A GIRL GETS BRITAIN'S BIGGEST EVER BABY GIRL
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57-year old woman has made British history by giving birth to her own grandchild - making her the oldest surrogate in the country. Pamela Butler gave birth to her grandson Josef for her daughter Nichola and son in law Mathew after her daughter was unable to carry a baby. It took four attempts at IVF treatment, before Mrs Butler finally fell pregnant with an embryo created by using an egg taken from Mrs Padgett which was fertilised with her husband’s sperm.
GRS PAGETT . 57-YEAR-OLD WOMAN IS BRITAIN'S OLDEST SURROGATE  - BY GIVING BIRTH TO HER OWN GRANDSON
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WHEN a young Thai schoolboy proudly told Anita Heyes how fat she was to show how much English he had learnt, she knew that she had to take action. Miss Heyes, 27, was so ashamed of the embarrassing first sentence her seven year old pupil had learnt whilst she was teaching in Thailand, that she was shocked into action. Amazingly she has now nearly lost eight stone - and credits it all to the schoolboy’s innocent remark. Miss Heyes, who lives in East Kilbride, near Glasgow, said: ‘It was devastating to hear at the time - but he was just speaking the truth.
HEYES. TEACHER SPURRED TO LOSE EIGHT STONE BECAUSE PUPIL TOLD HER SHE WAS FAT.
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THIS is baaa---aaart work at its best. Maria Losch isn’t pulling the wool over anyone’s eyes with her portraits made entirely out of wool. She has knitted lots of portraits of famous faces - which now hang on her wall for friends to admire. Mrs Losch, 42, who lives with husband Bob, 60, a photographer, began her love affair with her knitting needles when she was just three years old.
LOSCH. BAAAA-AART WORK. WOMAN KNITS WOOLLEN PORTRAITS OF FAMOUS FACES.
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WHEN Emily Wither was given just six months to live she faced a desperate race against time. She urgently needed a lifesaving transplant - but she didn’t have to look very far for help. Her sister Lauren, nine, was determined to put herself forward to be tested to see if she would be a match. So doctors carried out the tests and found that brave Lauren was a perfect match for her sister. The transplant was carried out and now Emily can live a normal life - thanks to the sister who saved her life. Their proud mother Jo, 34, said: ‘I’m just so proud of Lauren. She never hesitated to step forward and help Emily. ‘When the doctors told her she was a match to save her sister she was over the moon. ‘They have a close bond between them - which is even stronger now.’
WITHER. BRAVE SISTER SAVES YOUNGER SISTER - AFTER SHE WAS GIVEN JUST 6 MONTHS TO LIVE.
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