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WHEN Mandy Atherton was given a life saving bone marrow transplant by her sister she had no idea just how precious a gift it would turn out to be. Because Mrs Atherton has just battled the potentially deadly swine flu virus thanks to the transplant from her sister. If she hadn’t had the lifesaving transplant, her own immune system - which had been virtually destroyed through leukaemia - doctors say her body wouldn’t have been able to cope with the killer virus. Mother of two Mrs Atherton, 47, who has two children, Thomas, 13, and Sophie, 14, said: ‘There is no doubt that Tracy has saved my life twice over.
ATHERTON. WOMAN BEATS KILLER SWINE FLU - THANKS TO TRANSPLANT FROM HER SISTER.
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MOST people reach for a glass of water when they are thirsty - but just a few sips of water could kill little Alfie Allen. His vocal cords cords have been paralysed in an extremely rare reaction to chemotherapy drugs used to treat his leukaemia. It means that his windpipe doesn’t close properly when eating and drinking, and any fluid he takes in just goes straight into his lungs, which then flood. Alfie literally can’t have a simple drink of water - and instead his mother Sophie Burden has to pump water into his stomach via a tube.
BURDEN. THE LITTLE BOY WHO CANT HAVE A DRINK OF WATER - AS IT WOULD KILL HIM.
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I had never really noticed the mole on my shoulder, as far as I could remember it had always been there. But when my daughter Abby was about four months older, mum said to me she thought it had gone darker. ‘Go to see the doctor about it,’ she kept nagging me. But I just kept pushing it to the back of my mind. I had a lot to think about bringing my daughter up. I’d given birth to her at 19 and my partner Andrew Simpson, 25, and I had been thrilled when she was born in September 2003.
WESTWATER. SO FAT I GOT CANCER
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THE average dog owner may be content with just taking their dogs for a walk and giving them the occasional brush. But not Sandy Hartness. She takes grooming her poodle Cindy to the extreme. Miss Hartness, who owns a dog grooming parlour in California, USA, regularly transforms her dog into anything from a chicken to an alien.
POODLE COCKA POODLE DOO
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THESE are the identical twins who have amazed the medical profession after they were both struck down with breast cancer at the same time. When Leigh Baker was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer at the age of 25, her twin Leigh was devastated. But just six weeks later, Nicola herself received the same devastating news - she too had breast cancer, just like her twin sister. The case has amazed experts who say it is the first case of its kind in the UK.
BAKER. IDENTICAL TWINS HAVE BREAST CANCER AT SAME TIME - IN UK FIRST.
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WHEN Sara Churm was pregnant with her third baby she was desperate for a water birth. But when she asked her midwife about the possibility of using a birthing pool at the hospital, she was met with a chuckle. The midwife told her that due to the speed of her previous two deliveries, there would not even be time to fill up the birthing pool - as she had delivered her first baby in 21 minutes and her second in just 16 minutes. And the prediction proved right - as Miss Churm went on to delivery her baby Declan in just 50 minutes. It meant that she has given birth to all three of her babies - in a total of just 87 MINUTES.
CHURM. MUM DELIVERS ALL THREE OF HER CHILDREN - IN JUST 87 MINUTES
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I couldn’t believe it as I looked at the computer screen in horror. There was a picture of me from when I had been out clubbing with my friends the night before that had been posted on a clubbing website. The picture had been taken by a stranger, and it showed me, with all my 19 stone bulk, larger than life in an illuminious green clubbing outfit. I looked full of life, grinning at the camera, but it was the comments underneath that were so hurtful. ‘Yuk’ said one, referring to my photograph. ‘’Jabba the Hut,’ said another. Jabba the Hut?
LAWRENCE. I LOST 9 STONE AFTER THIS PIC OF ME WAS POSTED ON THE INTERNET
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‘I wish I could fly - just like Spiderman,’ my son Aiden would say to me, day after day. He just really wanted to be like his ultimate hero ‘Spidey’ as free as bird, leaping from building to building, saving everyone. But Aiden had been born with just half a heart and was extremely poorly. Being like Spiderman was just a dream to him.
 ADAMS. MY BRAVE SON WAS SPIDERMAN FOR THE DAY
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THIS is the heartbreaking picture of two sisters who will both die before the age of 12 after both being struck with a fatal genetic disorder. In a cruel twist of fate Ashleigh and Alisha Lennon are the only two known sisters in the UK with the deadly form of Batten’s disease. There is no known cure for the neurological disease and although both sisters were born perfectly healthy, the disease will eventually shut down their bodies. Their neurological function is already being impaired. Asheligh could speak up until the age of five, but now can no longer speak, feed herself and she is slowly turning blind. Alisha can still walk, but tragically for their mother Jayne she knows what lies ahead for her younger daughter too.
LENNON.  THE TWO LITTLE SISTERS - DOOMED TO DIE.
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THIS is the girl whose life was saved from meninigitis - because her teenage cousin had died of the killer brain bug just a week before. Emma Ryan’s family were left devastated after the death of 18-year-old Brian Keogh after he developed meningitis and septicaemia and later died in hospital. Then just a week after his death, Emma, then 16, woke up with a sore throat. Her mother Vera was so worried after what had happened to her nephew that she kept checking Emma’s skin for the tell tale rash. When it appeared a few hours later, she was rushed straight into hospital where doctors confirmed she too had meningococcal meningitis. She spent a week in intensive care - and doctors told her family the only reason that she had survived was due to their quick actions.
RYAN TEENAGE GIRL SAVED FROM MENINIGITIS - BECAUSE HER COUSIN DIED OF IT A WEEK BEFORE
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