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AS little Abi Phillips runs happily in her garden, it is hard to believe that her head is held together by numerous metal plates and screws. Brave Abi was left fighting for her life after being hit on the head by an eight foot tree branch whilst she was watching a local county show with her family in May last year. She had suffered a blood clot on the brain and her skull was fractured in two places. Yet surgeons managed to rebuild her head in an amazing operation using six titanium metal plates and a dozen screws. Now brave Abi has made a great recovery and can enjoy running around her garden at the family home in Swansea.
PHILLIPS. MIRACLE HEAD REBUILT GIRL.
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I couldn’t wait to put the CD on and listen to the songs. I told our son Aiden, 11, to take the CD and put it into the music player. Bliss, the dulcet tones of Take That started to fill the room. Ian had gone to a recording studio and put together this amazing song, with its heartrendering lyrics just for me. I’d recovered from having both ovarian cancer and cervical too, and Ian wanted to celebrate my survival, to tell me just how much I meant to him.
BARLOW. MOVE OVER GARY BARLOW - ITS IAN BARLOW!
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I’ll never forget that awful phone call. It was mum calling to tell me some terrible news. ‘Your dad has been knocked over by a train,’ she told me, sobbing. I was devasated, and angry too with dad for letting it happen - letting his life be snuffed out by drink. That the devil drink had got the better of him in the end. Dad was a alcoholic. And he’d been drunk when he fell onto the train track infront of dozens of horrified passengers.
BURGESS. SPENT LIFETIME TRYING TO SAVE ALCOHOLIC DAD - THEN HE FELL UNDER A TRAIN WHEN DRUNK
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WHEN Alysson Wilson took a look at herself in the full length mirror weighing a staggering 42 stone, she was so shocked she collapsed onto the floor. Her doctor gave her just 12 months to live if she didn’t lose weight, so her husband Derek decided to take drastic action to save her life. He devised excerise and eating plans to help her lose weight and his persistence and dedication has paid off after Mrs Wilson has lost a staggering 30 stone. She has gone from weighing 42 stone to a slinm 12 stone - and her waist has gone from a massive 108 inches circumference - which needed two tape measures to measure it - to a svelte 30 inches. Mrs Wilson, 33, an electrical appliance manager, said: ‘i have been given a completely new lease of life - and its all down to my wonderful husband. ‘If he hadn’t taken me in hand and helped me to lose all this weight, I would have been dead by now.
WILSON - BRITAIN'S BIGGEST WOMAN SLIMMER
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WHEN Kate Williams fell pregnant with her third child, she amazed the country’s medical profession. Not only was she clinically infertile after gruelling chemotherapy treatment to treat breast cancer - but she was also the first woman in the UK to fall pregnant whilst taking the breast cancer treatment drug Herceptin.
WILLIAMS. MUM WHO IS THE FIRST WOMAN IN UK TO GIVE BIRTH ON HERCEPTIN WINS HER BREAST CANCER BATTLE
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WITH trembling hands I pinned the first poster up on the supermarket wall. A lady stood behind me, reading over my shoulder. ‘Egg donor wanted,’ she read out loud. Since then lots of people have come up to me whilst I’ve been putting up posters all around our home town in Blackwood, South Wales, to ask about what I’m doing. My husband Dylan and I need an egg donor to be able to carry on with fertility treatment as my own eggs aren’t good enough. It is our last desperate attempt in a six year battle to have a child of our own.
HARRIS. IM POUNDING THE STREETS TO FIND AN EGG DONOR.
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WHEN Dawn Fagan decided she hated the way she looked, she decided to take drastic action. She has spent a staggering £22,500 on surgery to give her the body she has always dreamed of. She has had a gastric bypass operation to shed 15 stone, plus a tummy tuck, a thigh lift, liposuction and breast implants. But amazingly, despite her fantastic new look, she said that she was happier as she was before - after it has cost her her marriage. Mrs Fagan, 39, from Chandlers Ford, Hampshire, said: ‘I want people to see beyond how fantastic I look on the outside, and realise that on the inside I’m just as miserable as I was when I was fat. ‘They don’t see the pain behind it all. At least before, I may have been fat, but I still had my husband.
FAGAN. I SPENT £22500 TO CHANGE MY BODY - BUT I WAS HAPPIER FAT.
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I could see it all vividly. I was standing by a graveside with the rest of my family. We were all dressed in black and crying. It was my sister Beverley’s funeral and we were all saying our goodbyes to the sister we had loved so much. I woke up in a panic. The dream had been so vivid. All the family standing around the black hole in the ground, mum, and my four other brothers and sisters. At least it was just a dream. But as I lay in bed, there was a nagging doubt in the back of my mind. Beverely hadn’t felt well yesterday - she had been coming down with a cold. I jumped out of bed and spoke to my dad. Beverley was living with mum and dad, and I had to put my mind at rest.
NELSON. MY DREAM SAVED MY SISTER - AND MY DOG
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THESE are the mum and her two daughters who have bravely gone under the surgeon’s 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 didn’t hesitate to step in and help. Brave sister Charlotte, 12, donated her bone marrow for a transplant to save Lucy’s 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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