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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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THIS is the amazing little boy who only has HALF a brain. Little Haydn Boxhall was suffering upto 80 epileptic fits a day and doctors told his devastated parents that his body couldn’t take any more. So they carried out the risky operation to remove almost the entire left side of his brain. The operation has been a success -and whats more his amazing surgery has managed to cure his mother of agoraphobia too.
BOXHALL. BOY HAS HALF HIS BRAIN REMOVED TO SAVE HIS LIFE .  AND IT CURES MUM TOO
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WHEN Rosie Mychajlow made the startling discovery at the age of 17 that her father wasn’t her real father, it sparked an amazing battle to find him which lasted 35 years. Rosie eventually found him half way across the world in Canada - and she found him just in the nick of time. Her father Alfie had been given just a year to live after being diagnosed with cancer, but his daughter finding him has proved to have been the best medicine for Alfie - as two years after his first meeting with Rosie, he is still alive and fighting. Rosie, 54, who works as a vocational skills tutor, and lives in Derby with her partner Tony, 47, daughter Stephanie, 21, and son Toby, 18, said: ‘It was the most amazing moment when I met my dad for the same time. ‘A family member had told me that he had been given just a year to live, so I found him just in time. But he is still alive now a few years later, so I think it was the best tonic for him. It has given him a reason to keep living.’ Rosie spent the first 17 years of her life thinking that her stepfather John was her real father. It wasn’t until she applied for a job at the age of 17 and she needed a copy of her birth certificate for a reference that the truth came to light.
MYCHAJLOW ROSIE. I FOUND MY DAD AFTER 35 YEAR SEARCH.
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My little miracle Samuel was born in January this year, and it was so emotional. I miss Don every day of my life and it was lonely bringing Sam home from hospital on my own, when Don should have been at my side. But my two little boys bring such joy to me andSam is such a happy smiling baby - they really are my two little miracles. When the boys are older I will tell them all about their wonderfull daddy, I just know that Don is looking down at me and smiling. There is nothing in the world that would have made him happier to know that he had two amazing sons.
BRADLEY. WOMAN GIVES BIRTH TO DEAD HUBBYS BABY
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WHEN Nicola Sinclair told her father that she was trying for a baby he couldn’t wait to be a grandfather. But then months later he was diagnosed with cancer and in a race against time to see his grandchild born before he died, her father Peter decided to pay for her to have a course of private IVF treatment. It failed just before he died in January 2006, but more than two years later, Mrs Sinclair decided as a last hope to use the two remaining frozen embryos which her father had paid for. it was a last hope for the couple, but against all the odds, Mrs Sinclair fell pregnant with one of the embryos and gave birth to their son Kyle in March this year. Mrs Sinclair, 32, a sales representative for a building company, said: ‘ Kyle will always be so special to us - as he will always be a little piece of my father living on. ‘Dad made sure we got our son - from beyond the grave - and it was his last wonderful gift to us.’
SINCLAIR. DAD GIVES DAUGHTER HER MIRACLE BABY - FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE.
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Annamarie’s coffee order was a regular as clockwork. Every morning at 8.15am she would come in for her daily cup of coffee. I loved my job at Starbucks, and enjoyed meeting all the customers. But that was it - that was all I knew about Annamarie. Other that that we were complete strangers. Then one morning she came in and she was so quiet and sad as she stood at the counter. I asked her what the matter was. She said she was fine, but she had a few health problems. I asked her what they were and she told me that she had fatal kidney disease and had just been put on the transplant list. She was going to have to dialysis treatment to clean her blood and do the job of her kidneys until a new kidney became available to her. I was so shocked I couldn’t believe it. I didn’t know Annamarie at all, but she looked so distraught that my heart went out to her. ‘i’ll help you,’ I suddenly blurted out to her.
ANDERSON. STRANGER DONATED KIDNEY
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THIS is the little boy whose life has been saved by a COW. Little Jamie Goodier was born with a major heart defect which meant his heart had only two valves instead of four. So surgeons have rebuilt his heart - using tissue taken from a cow’s STOMACH. Now little Jamie can live a normal life, thanks to his unusual heart, and is full of energy much to his parents relief.
JOHNSON. TODDLER HAS NEW HEART MADE FROM COWS STOMACH.
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I was down at our local market with my baby son Micky lying in his pram, when suddenly I heard a woman standing next to me start to speak. ‘Things like that shouldn’t be allowed out,’ she said, taking a look at Micky in his pram. I was so angry I was speechless. What right did she have to judge my child like that.
WELCH. ELEPHANT BOY
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WHEN Nicole Witts repeatedly went to the doctors complaining of intense headaches, earache, loss of hearing and twitching arms she expected to be given a brain scan. Amazingly she went for help to her GP a staggering EIGHT times and each time was sent away with explanations ranging from stress, postnatal depression and even sinusitis. She was given anti depressants and a nasal spray, but was never offered a brain scan despite her worsening symptoms. It was only when she suffered such a severe fit that she fell over backwards, turned blue and was rushed to hospital that doctors diagnosed her with a lifethreatening brain tumour - the size of an orange. They told her if she didn’t have it removed she would have been dead within six months as it was cutting off the blood supply to her brain. She had the nine hour operation and has made a good recovery, although she has been left with epilepsy due to the operation.
WITTS MUM SENT AWAY BY DOCTOR EIGHT TIMES - HAD BRAIN TUMOUR
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WHEN three sisters were left alone after their mother died, they never thought they would see each other again. Esther Greenan and Christina Flynn last saw their sister Annie Theresa Crosbie when she was just ten years old. Christina went to live in Australia and although she and Esther kept in touch over the years, they never knew whether their sister Annie-Theresa was even still alive. Now the three sisters have finally been reunited - after a staggering 60 years apart - by a chance phone call to the TV programme Crimewatch UK.
CROSBIE.  SISTERS REUNITED AFTER 60 YEARS APART - BY CRIMEWATCH
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