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WHEN Grace Etherington lay in hospital completely paralysed, doctors didnít know whether she would ever walk again. She had been struck down with a rare disorder that meant she couldnít 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 Londonís West End.
ETHERINGTON. MIRACLE OF GIRL PARALYSED SO SHE COULD ONLY BLINK
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WHEN Dolly Jenkinsonís 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 Ruthís life was hanging in the balance as she weighed a lifethreatening 4 stone 13Ib. And it was a deal that ended up saving her daughterís 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: ĎIt 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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THIS may look like an ordinary family photograph - but its a photo that shows a remarkable medical achievement. These are the four incredibly selfless people who have all managed to save the life of ONE little boy who was given just 24 hours to live.
Lettley . Four incredibly selfless people who have all managed to save the life of ONE little boy
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A POLICEMAN has been given a revolutionary bionic arm so he can resume his duties in the riot squad. Philip Griffiths - dubbed Robocop by his colleagues - has been fitted with the arm and hand which is STRONGER than the grip of a human hand. PC Griffiths lost his left arm after doctors discovered a cancerous tumour growing on his elbow and had to have it amputated in order to survive. PC Griffiths, 49, was a member of the riot squad in the London Metropolitan police force and was devastated when he could no longer perform his duties.
GRIFFITHS. ROBOCOP - POLICEMAN GIVEN BIONIC HAND SO HE CAN GO BACK TO RIOT DUTY..
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LITTLE Angelina Massingham had half her brain ravaged by a rare condition - but doctors have found an unusual solution to help her live. Surgeons at Great Ormond Street Hospital have switched off the side of her brain that is rapidly calcifying, and now brave Angelina lives with just half a brain. Doctors have told her parents that the left side of her brain will learn to perform the functions that the right side would have performed - and amazingly she will be able to live a normal life. Her mother Lisa Massingham, 34, said: ĎThe operation sounded terrifying. It was as if the doctors were removing half her brain without actually taking it out of her skull. ĎBut Angelina was suffering more and more fits, which were lifethreatening, because the right side of her brain was so damaged. ĎIt was the only chance she had. Ď
Massingham THE LITTLE GIRL WITH JUST HALF A BRAIN.
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FOR most new mothers, regaining their figure after giving birth seems like an impossible task. But not for Carol Anne Edgerton. After giving birth to each of her SIX children, she snapped back to her size SIX figure, just hours after giving birth each time. After each birth, Miss Edgerton has walked out of the hospital each time with her newborn addition, wearing her size six jeans. Her post baby figure is so enviable she even beat 20,000 young hopefuls to reach the top 14 in a national swimsuit beauty pageant last month. Miss Edgerton, 33, a hairdresser, who lives in Skelmersdale, Lancashire, with her partner James Briggs, 26, an accountant, said: ĎThere is no secret to my figure - I just have a lot of children to run around after. ĎI never diet after Iíve given birth as I donít have to. Each time Iíve walked out of hospital in my size six jeans. People have stopped me to ask whose baby Iím carrying, as they donít believe its mine.í
EDGERTON. MUM KEEPS SIZE SIX FIGURE - AFTER SIX CHILDREN.
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WHEN Laura Wheeldon and husband Paul cancelled their wedding day for the third time, it didnt seem as though they would ever make it up the aisle. They had cancelled their big day each time to go through heartbreaking IVF treatment to get the family they had always dreamed of. But when it failed three times, leaving them heartbroken, they decided to go ahead with their wedding day. And it was just before the big day, that they make the most remarkable discovery. Against odds of just 0.2 per cent, Laura, 30, had fallen pregnant naturally.
WHEELDON - SURPRISE WEDDING GUEST
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WHEN Neil and Jo Padmore desperately wanted another baby, they came up with an unusual solution. The two sons Jack and Noah had been diagnosed with a lifethreatening genetic condition - and both needed lifesaving live transplants to survive. They couldnít risk having another baby together as it had a 50 per cent chance of being born with same genetic condition as their two sons. So they enlisted the help of an anonymous sperm donor - and Mrs Padmore fell pregnant using another manís sperm. Their baby daughter Evie was born in July last year - yet only Mrs Padmore is her biological parent.
PADMORE. COUPLE USES SPERM DONOR for THIRD BABY  AFTER TWO SONS  WITH LIFETHREATENING DISEASE
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WHEN Rebecca Rowe decided to try for a baby, she decided to take a bit of neighbourly advice. Neighbours Abi Gilmore and Vicki Fenson had both touched the seven foot high ancient fertility stone that stood in the cobbled yard at the back of their houses. Both Mrs Fenson and Miss Gilmore had fallen pregnant immediately after touching the stone, which local legend says increases a womanís fertility. Within a few weeks of Mrs Rowe touching the stone to try and boost her chances - she was pregnant.
FENSON.  GROUP OF WOMEN NEIGHBOURS WHO ALL TOUCHED FERTILITY STONE TO GET PREGNANT.
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WHEN teenagers David Bridgley and Emma Hern met in a childrenís care home it was love at first sight. But just four months later they were forced to separate after David left the care home, and Emma had to stay. They lost touch and thought they would never see each other - but then twenty years later fate intervened. Emma managed to track David down through a social networking site and sent him a message. When they met up last year, they found they were still in love with each other, and are now set to marry next month.
BRIDGLEY. TEENAGERS WHO MET AT CARE HOME - FIND EACH OTHER 20 YEARS LATER AND ARE TO MARRY.
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