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THESE are the mum and her two daughters who have bravely gone under the surgeonís knife to have boob jobs to save their lives. Sheila Taylor had already battled through breast cancer once and when genetic tests showed that she had passed the gene onto daughters Caroline Brandon and Teresa Macrae, all three decided to take drastic action. So all three underwent mastectomies. Mrs Taylor was the first to have a double mastectomy in November 2007. Then the following week daughter Caroline went into hospital and underwent a double mastectomy, followed by her sister eight weeks later. Caroline, 42, and Teresa, 38, then also had their ovaries removed too, as a double precaution.
TAYLOR. MUM AND DAUGHTERS HAVE BREASTS REMOVED TO BEAT FAMILY CURSE.
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IT is a story of amazing true sisterly love between three devoted little girls. When Lucy Long was diagnosed with leukaemia, her two sisters didnít hesitate to step in and help. Brave sister Charlotte, 12, donated her bone marrow for a transplant to save Lucyís life, and because the gruelling radiotherapy treatment will have left her infertile, sister Bonnie, 11, has promised to donate her eggs when Lucy wants to try for a family in the future.
LONG. THREE SISTERS SHOW AMAZING BOND OF SISTERLY LOVE AND DEVOTION.
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WHEN Kristin Harris fell pregnant she didnít know how to break the news to her twin sister. Both the twins had suffered years of infertility problems and after giving birth to her first child with IVF after trying for ten years, Mrs Harris had fallen pregnant naturally with her second child. Her twin Allison McGehee had been trying unsuccessfully for a second baby for seven years. But two weeks after Mrs Harris had told her twin she was pregnant - Mrs McGehee had some astonishing news herself. She had also fallen pregnant naturally.
HARRIS. TWIN SISTERS WHO SUFFERED YEARS OF INFERTILITY HEARTBREAK HAVE BABIES ON SAME DAY
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NOTCHING up 28,000 miles around the world in just three months is enough for any seasoned traveller. And this is what this teddy bear has accomplished to help a little girl fund her treatment for a rare condition. His travels have been orchestrated by Charmaine Peploe, whose daughter Katie suffers from extrapyramidal cerebral palsy, which means she cannot walk or talk. Mrs Peploe, 35, and her husband Tony, 36, need to raise £10,000 for a special sensory room to help Katie, and they have embarked on a rather unusual way to do it. Mrs Peploe has launched the website www.beararoundtheworld.com where people pay a donation to take Bear the small brown teddy bear on their travels with them. So far Bear has travelled more than 28,000 miles since the campaign launch in October, and has visited far flung places such as Mexico, the Caribbean, California, Italy, France, London and Paris.
PEPLOE. TEDDY BEAR TRAVELS 28,000 MILES AROUND THE WORLD TO HELP A LITTLE GIRL.
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WITH their carefree smiles Chloe and Evie Church look the picture of health. But tragically their lives could be cut short - by the simple ringing of an ALARM CLOCK. The sisters have recently been diagnosed with a rare lifethreatening heart condition which means a sudden loud noise could cause their hearts to stop beating.
CHURCH. LITTLE GIRLS WHO COULD BE KILLED BY AN ALARM CLOCK.
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I could feel my eyes closing, i was drifting off to sleep. I woke with a start, realising that I still had my hands on the wheel. I was driving my four year old daughter Amie to nursery and she was in the back seat. Shaken, I pulled over to the side of the road, wound down the window and took some deep breaths of fresh air to wake myself up. I just couldnít go on like this, not when my daughterís life was at stake. I could have crashed the car by falling asleep at the wheel. And it wasnít the first time that iíd felt my eyelids growing heavy when I was driving the car. Iíd always have to stop and wind the window down to wake myself up.
WILLINGDALE. MUM WHO LOST 9 STONE AFTER FALLING ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL.
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My mum Joanna was there at the finishing line, cheering as I crossed the line, utterly exhausted. Iíd just run 10kms for the Cancer Research Race for Life, and every step that Iíd taken was for mum. Sheíd been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer just six months before, and the chemotherapy wasnít working. Mum was the cornerstone of the family, and always so strong. She didnít break down when she got her diagnosis, and there was one thing she wanted me to do for her. ĎDo something postivie about it,í she urged me. ĎThereís no point sitting here moping.í So Iíd decided I would run for charity, and each penny I earned would go towards fighting cancer.
FORSTER. MUM DIED HOURS BEFORE MY MARATHON RACE FOR HER
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The last thing I saw was the anaesthetists face swimming before me as I lapsed into unconsciousness. I was having my eggs retrieved for IVF treatment. But I wasnít doing it to have my own baby, instead I was doing it to try and help someone else have one. Iíve donated my eggs now twice to help childless couples, and Iím set to do it again next month (Jan). Iíve even been sterilised myself as I donít want anymore children for myself - I just want to help others. People think Iím mad as Iím donating to people I donít even know. I go through rounds of injections each time, risk the life threatening condition of hyperstimulation where too many eggs are produced as a result of the injections, go through the risk of general anaesthetics, and its all to help strangers.
CHAND COREY. IM STERILISED BUT IM HELPING OTHER WOMEN HAVE CHILDREN
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WHEN Tamsin and Michael Houghís premature baby lay fighting for her life, they thought they had lost all hope for her. But when tiny Caidence laid her hand in her fatherís palm as she lay in her incubator, it was as she was telling them she would be alright. Mrs Hough took a photograph of the poignant moment - which coincidentally happened on Motherís Day - and it gave the couple fresh hope that their tiny daughter would survive. After it was taken, tiny Caidence grew stronger each day and after three months in hospital she was finally allowed home.
HOUGH. AMAZING SURVIVAL OF PREMATURE BABY WHO LAID HER HAND IN HER FATHER'S PALM
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I looked at my breasts in the mirror and I hated what I saw. I used to be proud of my figure, of my DD chest. But now my boobs looked like they had shrunk to nothing. Iíd lost some weight recently and my breasts just looked like two empty sacs of skin. iíd just separated from my husband Paul and the stress of our relationship breaking down had contributed to my weight loss. It didnít matter whilst I was still in the relationship, that my boobs had shrunk to nothing, but once we separated, I decided that it was time to do something about it.
JORDAN. A BOOB JOB FOR XMAS
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