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THIS is little Fabienne Richardson enjoying the Christmas that her parents feared she wouldn’t see. Last year, at just five years old, Fabienne became the youngest girl in the UK to be diagnosed with a rare type of ovarian cancer. She had a tumour on her ovary the size of an orange and she had to undergo months of gruelling chemotherapy treatment to try and save her. But now Fabienne has finished her treatment, her hair is growing back, and she is now set to enjoy her first family Christmas against all the odds. Her relieved mother Chantel, 37, a business development advisor, said: ‘She is really excited for Christmas this year, and its wonderful to see her looking so well after everything that she has been through.
RICHARDSON UK'S YOUNGEST EVER OVARIAN CANCER GIRL - SURVIVES TREATMENT FOR FIRST XMAS.
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WHEN Louise Butt fell pregnant after suffering several miscarriages she was worried about losing her unborn baby. But then at her 21 week scan, something remarkable happened. Her unborn baby held up his hand and made a victory sign at the scanner - as if to tell his mother that everything was going to be alright. It put Miss Butt’s mind at rest and her son Owen was born safely last month. Miss Butt, 30, a recruitment consultant, who lives in Bristol with her partner Daniel Neate and their son Samuel, three, said: ‘It really was remarkable. I was lying on the scanning table and we were worried because I’d already suffered three miscarriages. ‘Then the baby just held up his hand and made the victory sign. The sonographer couldn’t believe it. She zoomed in on his hand and showed me what he was doing.
BUTT.  THE BABY WHO GAVE HIS WORRIED MOTHER THE VICTORY SIGN FROM THE WOMB.
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WHEN Lizzie Rodway lay fighting for her life in hospital her parents feared she wouldn’t live to see Christmas. Little Lizzie, three, and her parents Karen and Adrian had all been involved in a horrific car crash which saw Lizzie fighting for her life with severe skull and facial fractures.
RODWAY. TODDLER SURVIVES HORRIFIC CAR CRASH FOR XMAS - THANKS TO SPECIAL HELMET.
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THIS is the miracle baby born after an amazing 13 year battle by her parents. Little Tyler Ellard is a real miracle for her parents who underwent a staggering TEN attempts at fertility treatment to fulfil their dreams. Kara Ellard and her husband Luke thought they would never be parents after the fertility treatments failed one by one. But they were determined never to give up hope and their heartbreaking battle has now paid off after their tenth attempt at fertility treatment was finally a success.
 ELLARD. MIRACLE  BABY FOR COUPLE AFTER TEN FERTILITY TREATMENTS AND 13 YEAR BATTLE
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WHEN Nicola Frazer was told she was too fat to see the Grand Canyon she was devastated. Miss Frazer, 32, was on the trip of a lifetime to Las Vegas and was desperate to see the famous spot before the end of her holiday. But when she arrived at the helicopter launch pad which would have flown her over the Grand Canyon the trip organisers told her that weighing over 19 stone she was too heavy to board. Miss Frazer had to return home without seeing the famous canyon. But now she has lost a staggering five stone and is determined to go back to Las Vegas again to see it.
FRAZER.  WOMAN WHO WAS TOLD SHE WAS TOO FAT TO SEE THE GRAND CANYON LOSES FIVE STONE.
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PEOPLE can’t believe it when they see Chitty Chitty Bang Bang coming down the street. It’s the amazing achievement of businessman Stuart Wallace, who spent three months turning a clapped out old Landrover into a replica of the world-famous magical car.
Chitty . From Landrover to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
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WHEN identical twins Karren Fraser and Paula Muir decided to lose weight - one didn’t want to be bigger than the other. They had always done everything together and both refused to be left standing as the fat twin. So they had an unusual race to lose weight. Mrs Muir decided she was going to lose weight the traditional way by diet and exercise - whilst Mrs Fraser decided on a more drastic course of action and had a gastric band fitted.
FRASER IDENTICAL TWINS RACE TO LOOSE WEIGHT
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THIS is the bravest bridesmaid in Britain. When Ellie Challis lost all her limbs to the cruel killer bug meningitis, her parents never thought she would walk again. But not only has brave Ellie conquered her battle to walk - she has now stepped out for the first time as a bridesmaid. She was asked to play the special role by quadruple amputee Helen Dolphin, who also lost all her limbs to the disease. Helen contracted meningitis on Boxing Day in 1997 at the age of 22, and got in touch with Ellie’s family to offer support after she contracted the disease too.
CHALLIS THE BRAVEST BRIDESMAID IN BRITAIN.
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WHEN Grace Etherington lay in hospital completely paralysed, doctors didn’t know whether she would ever walk again. She had been struck down with a rare disorder that meant she couldn’t move a muscle or even speak, and she had to be lifted in a sling. Doctors warned her devastated mother that even if she did survive, she could be paralysed for life and have to spend the rest of her life hooked up to a machine to keep her alive. But after a mammoth battle which has amazed the doctors, the brave teenager has now made a complete recovery and has even managed to dance in London’s West End.
ETHERINGTON. MIRACLE OF GIRL PARALYSED SO SHE COULD ONLY BLINK
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WHEN Dolly Jenkinson’s daughter Ruth was dying of anorexia, she came up with an unusual idea. She made a pact with her daughter that if she started to eat, then Mrs Jenkinson herself would go on a diet to lose weight. Mrs Jenkinson had always struggled with her weight, whilst Ruth’s life was hanging in the balance as she weighed a lifethreatening 4 stone 13Ib. And it was a deal that ended up saving her daughter’s life. Mrs Jenkinson has lost three stone, whilst her daughter has put nearly two stone back on. Mrs Jenkinson , 44, a trade counter manager for a building company, said: ‘It was an unusual bargain, but I knew I had to do something to get Ruth eating again.
JENKINSON. THE LOVING DEAL THAT SAVED THE LIFE OF ANOREXIC DAUGHTER.
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