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THESE are the three brave sisters who have all beaten breast cancer together. Gwynn Slimane, Megan Nicholls and Elizabeth Pritchard have all battled the killer disease - and have all beaten it. And now they have all made the brave decision to have their remaining breasts removed, in a bid to stop it coming back.
SLIMANE. THE THREE SISTERS WHO HAVE ALL BEATEN BREAST CANCER TOGETHER.
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WHEN doctors x-rayed Amy Hewson’s badly curved spine, they told her that she would have to have a major operation to straighten it. Without treatment she faced spending the rest of her life in a wheelchair, unable to walk. Amy, 17, had a severe s-shaped curve due to scoliosis, and doctors said that the only way to straighten it was an operation which would insert metal rods into her spine. But if Amy, a keen horse rider, underwent the operation, doctors told her that she would never ride again as a fall would risk snapping the rods. Amy was so determined to keep riding that she and her family scoured the internet for an answer.
HEWSON. GIRL WHO WAS TOLD SURGERY ONLY OPTION STRAIGHTENS HER OWN SPINE TO CARRY ON RIDING
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WHEN Melvin Jones was diagnosed with cancer, he thought that his life was over. His wife Ann had already fought cancer herself three times, and the family didn’t think they would be as lucky again. But Mr Jones has become the first person in Europe to be successfully treated by a ‘Magic Bullet’ - a pioneering treatment currently being developed that could mean the end of chemotherapy treatment for some cancers. Amazingly after the treatment - which targets the cancer cells without affecting the body’s healthy cells - Mr Jones is now in remission and the cancer shows no sign of returning.
JONES .THE FIRST PERSON IN  EUROPE TO BE TREATED WITH MAGIC BULLET. COULD SEE END TO CHEMOTHERAPY
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WHEN Claire Hughes called the doctor out to her young son she was told she was being a paranoid mother. Miss Hughes’ life had hung in the balance three years previously when she was struck down with the killer brain bug meningitis. When her son Alfie started showing exactly the same symptoms at 15 months old, she was told by the doctor she was just being a panicky mother because of what had happened to her. But she ignored his advice, and rushed him straight to hospital. In chances of millions to one, unbelievably Alfie was also diagnosed with the same strain of the killer disease which had nearly claimed his mother’s life.
HUGHES. MUM'S BATTLE WITH MENINIGITIS SAVED HER SONS LIFE - FROM SAME STRAIN MENINIGITIS TOO.
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It was how things should be. Me with my feet up, hands resting on my swollen tummy while my husband Andy tidied up around me. ‘I think that was another contraction,’ I smiled. ‘She’s definitely on the way.’ ‘Is that right, Cora? Andy, 30, said to my bump. ‘Now don’t go giving your mum any rouble.’ I was in labour with our first baby and we were both nervous but so excited. It was a day we’d once thought would never come. Back when we’d married in September 2002, I thought we’d never have kids. I had a tumour on my pituitary gland. It wasn’t dangerous but it had sent my hormones haywire and doctors thought I’d never get pregnant.
URBAN. DAD DIES AS WIFE IN LABOUR GIVING BIRTH TO THEIR FIRST CHILD.
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WHEN Joanne Leonard was diagnosed with cancer her first thought was that she would miss seeing her baby son grow up. Miss Leonard, 29, had just given birth to her son Aled only five months previously, and she didn’t want to leave him to go into hospital for lifesaving chemotherapy treatment. But baby Aled proved to be the best medicine that his mum could have - after his father David Malpas hit on a remarkable idea. Mr Malpas, 34, spent the next 16 months whilst she was in hospital photographing their baby son’s every milestone. He took dozens of photographs into hospital so that Miss Leonard could feel part of Aled growing up.
 LEONARD. BABY SON'S PICTURES PROVES TO BE LIFESAVING MEDICINE FOR HIS CANCER MUM.
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THIS is the miracle baby who amazingly died FIVE times in one day. Little Amitie Jo Rigby has stunned doctors with her survival after they battled to bring her back to life five times as her devastated mother thought she was going to lose her. Amitie Jo was born prematurely and weighed just 1Ib13 when she was born and she struggled to survive for the first six days. But then on the seventh day, she suddenly stopped breathing completely and had to be rescuitated by doctors. They managed to restart her breathing, but then over the next few hours, Amitie Jo stopped breathing a further four times, and each time doctors had to bring her back to life.
RIGBY MY BABY DIED 5 TIMES IN ONE DAY
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CHALLIS. UNCLE STOLE £315,000 FROM CHARITY FUND OF MENINGITIS BLADE RUNNER GIRL ELLIE CHALLIS. Her banker uncle Darren Pease plundered her charity account over three years spending money on jewellery and luxury holidays. Lisa , Ellies mum , described Pease jailed for 4 years as "despicable". Brave little Ellie Challis who has been given a world first spring in her step. She has just become the youngest person in the world to be fitted with the special flex-run foot favoured by sportsmen - such as paralympian Oscar Pistorius - as the carbon frames are light and full of bounce. Little Ellie touched the hearts of the world when she tragically lost 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 two years walking on prosthetic limbs, but she was struggling to keep up with her classmates and twin sister Sophie. So in desperation, Ellie’s parents Lisa and Paul Challis contacted world renowned prosthetic limb centre Dorset Orthopaedic to see if they could help. The company told the family that there was a special limb favoured by sportsman that had bounce and spring in it due to the carbon fibres it is made from.
CHALLIS. UNCLE STOLE £315,000 FROM CHARITY FUND OF MENINGITIS BLADE RUNNER GIRL ELLIE CHALLIS
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WHEN Nicola Furnivall was bullied about her weight she became so unhappy that she planned to take her own life. At the age of 14 she weighed 15 stone and had endured a two year bullying hell at school which devastated her so much she planned to end it all. She even planned how she would carry it out - by taking an overdose of her mother’s paracetemol tablets.
FURNIVALL. GIRL WHO PLANNED HER OWN SUICIDE BECAUSE SHE WAS TOO FAT - LOSES TEN STONE.
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The Lion "King of the jungle" had to run scared when a water buffalo decided to turn the tables. It is not often that the King of the Jungle is shown to be nothing more than a great big scaredy cat. But this is what happened in an amazing moment captured in Mikumi National Park in Tanzania when one lioness decided she was suddenly scared of the buffalo she was stalking.
Scaredy  Cat . King of jungle runs for cover then climbs Tree .
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