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WHEN Charlotte James lay fighting for her life in hospital with the killer brain meninigitis, doctors told her parents she may not survive. She had contracted a severe form of the bug and doctors were worried that even if she did have to survive they may have to amputate her arm. But amazingly she was saved by the most unusual medicine - because she had danced every week in five separate dance classes her body was incredibly strong and supple enough to fight off the disease. Doctors told her amazed parents that she only made such a good recovery because she had been so strong from the hours of dancing that she did each week. Now brave Charlotte has made a full recovery - and is back to doing her favourite dance classes each week.
JAMES.  GIRL SAVED FROM MENINGITIS BY HER DANCING.
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THIS is the miracle baby who survived FIVE months of chemotherapy whilst he was in his motherís womb. When Ann Sandeman fell pregnant with her third child she was thrilled, until tragedy struck. At four months pregnant she was diagnosed with breast cancer and doctors told her she had to have immediate chemotherapy treatment to save her life. They offered her a termination for her unborn baby as they didnít know what the aggressive chemotherapy would do to it. But Mrs Sandeman refused to go ahead with the termination - and said she wanted to give her unborn baby a chance of survival despite having to undergo five months of gruelling chemotherapy. Amazingly baby Ben survived both an operation to remove his motherís breast cancer, followed by months of chemotherapy, to be born healthy and well.
SANDEMAN .MIRACLE BABY WHO SURVIVED FIVE MONTHS OF CHEMOTHERAPY WHILST IN HIS MOTHER'S WOMB
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Like any mother, Louise Downham is against drug taking of any kind. But unbelievably, she has to take six tablets of Class A drugs †- with the same ingredient as speed and ecstasy - each day, just to keep awake. Mrs Downham, 38, a former councillor, suffers from a rare condition called narcolepsy which means she can fall asleep at any time without warning.
DOWNHAM. RESPECTABLE MUM WHO HAS TO TAKE 'CLASS A' DRUGS EVERY DAY.
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AT just eight months old, baby Ruddi Waterworth Jones has become the youngest person in the UK to battle cancer of the prostate. Prostate cancer usually affects men over the age of 50, but baby Ruddi was found to be suffering from an exceptionally rare tumour in his prostate gland last month. He has started an intensive course of chemotherapy treatment to try and battle the disease, and is putting up a brave fight.
JONES. 8 MONTH OLD BABY IS YOUNGEST IN UK TO BATTLE CANCER OF PROSTATE.
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WEIGHING just 12 Ibs and no bigger than a newborn baby, Harleigh Dighton is a living doll. She is nearly three years old, yet she is less than half the size of any other children her age, and she is still wearing clothes made for newborn babies. Tiny Harleigh has a rare condition called Russell Silver Syndrome, a type of dwarfism and it means that she can only ever expect to grow to a maxium height of between three and four feet tall. But even though she may be tiny, she rules the roost at her home in London.
DIGHTON.MY DAUGHTER IS A LIVING DOLL.
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WHEN Natasha Dimelow was due to deliver her baby her bump was so big that doctors were anticipating a large baby. But no-one was prepared for the whopping size of baby Dylan, who topped the scales at a massive 13Ib10. In fact he was so big that he left his mother fighting for her life in cardiac failure. Mrs Dimelow ended up with a lifethreatening heart condition brought on by pregnancy where the heart enlarges and is unable to pump blood properly. It has taken her eight months since the birth of her massive son, for her heart to eventually start to recover.
DIMELOW. MUM HAS BABY SO BIG IT CAUSES HER HEART TO FAIL.
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IDENTICAL twins Ethan and Kai Thompson have always done everything together - and now in chances of nine million to one, they are BOTH fighting leukaemia. The five year old twins were both struck down with the deadly disease within 12 months of each other. Ethan, who was the first to be diagnosed, was given the all clear in December 2008 and he has now finished his treatment. And he is there giving inspiration and hope to his brother Kai who is now also in remission from the disease, but still has to have monthly chemotherapy treatment to stop the leukaemia coming back. Both the boys have recovered enough to have started school in September, much to the delight of their parents.
Thompson. IDENTICAL TWINS FIGHTING LEUKAEMIA - IN CHANCES OF NINE MILLION TO ONE.
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THIS is the selfless surrogate mother who has given birth to FIVE surrogate babies, but tragically remains unable to have a baby with her own husband. Jacqui Shields is desperate to have a baby of her own with her husband Joe but there seems little chance of her ever being a mother again herself. Ironically even though she has given birth five times for other people - the couple have been unable to fall pregnant with their own child. They underwent IVF treatment themselves last April in a desperate attempt to conceive, but that failed. But Mrs Shields has vowed that she will keep trying for own baby - as well as having a sixth surrogate baby to help another couple.
SHIELDS. SURROGATE MUM WHO CAN T HAVE HER OWN BABY.
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AT 23 stone Samantha Roberts was desperately unhappy with her huge bulk. But ironically the enormous weight that she was carrying proved to be a lifesaver when she was involved in a serious car crash. She suffered three fractures to her back plus nerve damage in her stomach and shoulder in the crash in December 2004. But when she was taken to hospital the doctors told her that her 23 stone weight had in fact saved her life.
ROBERTS. I acted as my own airbag . 23 STONE (322 pound) (146 Kg)  STONE BULK SAVED WOMAN IN CRASH
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WHEN Sammie Seagrove was told she was too fat to have a baby she decided to take drastic action. Weighing nearly 20 stone, she and her husband Chris had been trying for more than five years to have a baby but without success. So she went to see a doctor who told her that she was too fat to have crucial investigations carried out and she would need to lose some weight. So Mrs Seagrove, 34, from Batley, West Yorkshire, lost nearly seven stone in her desperate quest to be a mum. Just days before she was due to start fertility treatment, Mrs Seagrove discovered she was pregnant naturally and she has now given birth to her miracle daughter Ruby.
SEAGROVE. I LOST SEVEN STONE TO BE A MIRACLE MUM.
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