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THERE may be two years between Alice Baxter and her triplet siblings - but amazingly they are actually quadruplets. The four children were conceived at the same time - yet Alice was born two years ago, whilst her triplet brothers and sisters made their arrival into the world just last month. Their mother Helen Baxter had frozen her remaining embryos after falling pregnant with Alice, and then doctors defrosted the remaining ones and put three back. It is the first time that experts at Care Fertility in Nottingham have ever seen such a set of births. A spokeswoman said: ‘It is most unusual to see a set of triplets born from frozen embryos after a successful previous pregnancy from the same batch.
BAXTER. AMAZING QUADRUPLETS - BORN TWO YEARS APART!
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THIS is brave little Ellie Challis riding her first ever bike. Little Ellie touched the hearts of the world when she took her first ever steps on prosthetic legs after tragically losing all her limbs to meninigitis in July 2005. She had defied all the odds to fight for her life in hospital after contracting the killer bug, but she had to have all her limbs amputated eight weeks later. She has spent the last three years walking on prosthetic limbs - and now she sits proudly her specially adapated bike which was delivered last week. Mum Lisa, 36, said: ‘It is fantastic to see Ellie riding her first ever bike. She absolutely loves it and there is no stopping her now.’
CHALLIS .ELLIE CHALLIS RIDES HER FIRST BIKE.
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THIS is the girl who has managed to beat cancer a staggering FIVE times AND become a mum - thanks to her brave sister. When Danika Brown was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma for the fifth time, her only chance of survival was a bone marrow transplant. Her younger sister Jade proved to be a perfect match - and her survival after the transplant has meant that Miss Brown has managed to defy the doctors and give birth to her miracle baby son.
BROWN .BEATS CANCER FIVE TIMES AND BECOMES A MIRACLE MUM - THANKS TO HER SISTER.
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She is known to her family and friends as Sleeping Beauty - but her life is no fairytale. Because of an incredibly rare disorder 15 year old Louisa Ball sleeps for two weeks at a time. She misses school exams, dance lessons - and even missed an entire week’s holiday away with the family as she slept the whole way through. Louisa, who lives in Worthing, has been diagnosed with Kleine-Levin Syndrome - also known as Sleeping Beauty Disease - where sufferers can fall asleep for weeks at a time.
BALL. SLEEPING BEAUTY
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WHEN doctors told Lisa Proto her unborn twins were not going to survive, she had to make a heartbreaking decision. But when she went in to hospital for the procedure to terminate both the twins in the womb, something amazing happened. Doctors decided to give her one last scan just minutes before starting the procedure to carry out the termination. And it showed that the levels of lifesaving fluid in her womb had started to come back - which would give the twins a chance of life. Now they have been born safely and are at home with their relieved parents in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire.
PROTO. MIRACLE SURVIVAL OF TWINS WHOSE MUM WENT FOR A TERMINATION OP.
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THIS is the mother who has saved herself from anorexia - thanks to a remarkable photo gallery diary. Samantha Smith was so shocked when she looked at a picture of herself looking 30 years older than she was, that she knew she had to do something to save herself. At just 36 years old and heavily in the grips of anorexia, she weighed just 4 stone 11 - and resembled a pensioner with her heavily lined skin, sunken eye sockets and thinning hair. So she started a haunting photo diary and took a picture of herself every month for 16 months to see the progress she was making.
THE MUM SMITH.WHO SAVED HERSELF FROM ANOREXIA - THANKS TO REMARKABLE PHOTO GALLERY DIARY.
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LOSING an incredible nine stone would be a major achievement for any woman - and the reward would definitely be to look in the mirror. But Margaret Morrison has to be content with people telling her how amazing she looks after her dramatic weight loss. Because Mrs Morrison is registered blind - and can’t see the results of all her hard work losing an incredible nine stone. She has gone from weighing nearly 20 stone to weighing a svelte 10 stone 12 - and has dropped an amazing nine dress sizes.
MORRISON. BLIND WOMAN LOSES NINE STONE - AND CAN'T SEE HER NEW SLIM SELF IN THE MIRROR.
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WHEN Jayne Rowson saw her 16 month old son Harry fighting for his life in hospital, she didn’t know if he would survive. Tiny Harry had suffered 90 per cent burns in a devastating house fire that had already claimed the life of Jayne’s husband David and her ten year old son Michael.
ROWSON. BOY BURNED IN HOUSE FIRE FRONTS NEW POSTER CAMPAIGN
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WEIGHING over 18 stone and a size 26, mum Katie Perks decided to take drastic action. She has shed an amazing nine stone - and spent a staggering £55,000 to get her the slim nine stone body she has always dreamed of. Katie, 30, who lives in Shifnal, Shropshire, with husband Andrew, 34, a supermarket store manager, and their daughters Zoe, five, and Polly, one, said: ‘It has cost a lot of money, but it has been worth every penny.
Perks. MUM HAS NEW £50K BODY
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WHEN doctors gave up hope on Melissa Huggins, her sister was determined not to. Her only hope of survival from an inoperable brain tumour that had spread to her spine was pioneering treatment in America costing £250,000. Her family launched a fundraising drive and her sister Katrina selflessly cancelled her own wedding day to put the funds instead towards the treatment. And amazingly her devotion has paid off. Melissa underwent the pioneering treatment and recent scans have shown that the tumours have significantly shrunk. Melissa, 28, from Middlesex, said: ‘Its the best news that I could ever have imagined.
Huggins. Girl given up by doctors saved by her sister.
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