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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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ĎSHE is meant to be here,í I kept sobbing over and over again to the doctor. ĎPlease donít let her die.í My little girl Freya lay motionless in her hospital bed, and doctors said they didnít think she would survive. She had been struck down by the killer brain meninigitis and her tiny body was trying to fight it off, but the doctors had said there was nothing more they could do. my little girl had been so bubbly just the day before. Now I was sitting by her bedside planning her funeral. It was too much to bear, I couldnít take it in. Right from the time she had been in my womb Freya had been such a little fighter. I was being tested for a brain tumour at the time. For the previous 12 months my weight had been yo-yoing, my hair had been failling out in clumps and Iíd had persistent headaches.
STREET. I PLANNED MY BABY'S FUNERAL - LOOK AT HER NOW
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WHEN Amanda Gudz had undergone 15 failed attempts at IVF she thought her dreams of motherhood were over. She had been through the emotional heartbreak of 15 IVF attempts, and had suffered two lifethreatening ectopic pregnancies and a miscarriage. Mrs Gudz had resigned herself to never being a mother after her ten year battle - but she hadnít counted on the help of her sister Samantha Lewin who stepped in to help.
GUDZ. SISTER GAVE ME MIRACLE BABY FOR XMAS - AFTER 15 FAILED IVF ATTEMPTS
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WHEN a groom chooses his best man, it is usually a difficult choice. But not for Ronald Bridges - he knew exactly who he wanted to fill the role. His tame buffalo Wildthing stepped in to perform the all important role on the renewal of his wedding vows to wife Sherron - although at a staggering 90 stone, he towered over them both. And Sherron had no objection - Wildthing has lived with them and their three children Lloyd, 35, Will, 16 and Taylor, 14, †at their family home in Quinlan, Texas, since he was born in May 2005.
BUFFALO. BUFFALO BEST MAN
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WHEN Kerry Ann Sutherland was born with two wombs, it seemed almost impossible that she would ever be able to have a family. But she was determined to never give up in her quest to be a mother to the three children she had always dreamed of - even though it nearly cost her her own life. Mrs Sutherland, 34, has amazed doctors after giving birth to her three miracle children after five attempts at IVF. She even died TWICE on the operating table as surgeons battled to deliver one of her babies who was in the breech position.
SUTHERLAND. THREE XMAS MIRACLES FOR MUM WITH TWO WOMBS.
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WHEN Sara Crook discovered her tragic family legacy, she didnít hesitate to act. When doctors tested her and found she had an inherited breast cancer gene, she had good reason to worry. Four generations of women in her family before her had already been struck down with the disease, and her sister Emma Hudson, 37, has just successfully fought the disease too as a fifth generation family member. Mrs Crook made the brave decision in March this year to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed to reduce her risk of developing the disease. And next month she is due to have her breasts removed too - in a bid to see her own family grow up.
HUDSON. MUM BEATS BREAST CANCER THAT HAS HIT FIVE GENERATIONS OF HER FAMILY
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DEVOTED sisters Melissa and Katrina Huggins have both cancelled their wedding days in order to try and save Melissa from a brain tumour. Both the sisters had been excited about getting married, and had already booked venues, churches and chosen wedding dresses. But after Melissa was diagnosed with a rare brain tumour, her only hope of survival is treatment costing more than £100,000 in the USA. So BOTH the sisters have decided to cancel their big days and instead put all their wedding day funds towards paying for lifesaving treatment.
HUGGINS. DEVOTED SISTERS BOTH CANCEL THEIR WEDDING DAY TO SAVE ONE FROM BRAIN TUMOUR.
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WHEN Cerys Hurtís mother and grandmother died of breast cancer, she wanted to see her own children grow up. So she took the brave decision of having both her own healthy breasts removed in a bid to beat the disease in case she too had inherited their faulty gene. Doctors tried to persuade her not to have the operation as there was no sign of breast cancer developing and she was only 35. But she was adamant, and in May this year underwent the operation.
HURT. THE BRAVE MOTHER WHO SAVED HER OWN LIFE.
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ĎYour son has just eight weeks to live,í warned the doctor. I just couldnít take it in. It was three days after Christmas Day, and we had noticed some bruises down Jackís legs as we sat celebrating Christmas Day, but I had never imagined it could be anything so serious. But whilst other families were celebrating their Christmasís, I was being told my son had just eight weeks to live. It was devastating.
HARRISON. MY SON WAS GIVEN A DEATH SENTENCE AT XMAS.
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