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I can always remember the day when my mum Jackie came back from hospital with my auntie Nikki. They sat me down in the living room at our house where me and mum lived together, just the two of us after she divorced my dad when I was very little. I could tell by their faces that it was something serious - but nothing prepared me for the bombshell that was about to be dropped on me. Mum told me that she had just been told by the doctors that she had breast cancer. Mum couldn’t believe it herself - and I was shocked too. But mum was such a strong person, and I knew I had to keep it together for her too. I had to be strong just like her.
BIRCH. A SPECIAL PROMISE. DYING CANCER MUM ASKS SISTER TO HAVE HER DAUGHTER
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I got the call from the hospital to say a new pair of lungs had been found, but I couldn’t get too excited. I’d already received five such calls in the two years that I had been on the transplant waiting list, and I knew that time was running out for me. My boyfriend Scott had asked me to marry him on my 21st birthday, when I’d just been told that I needed some new lungs, mine were giving up on me after being born with cystic fibrosis.
GORDON.  NEW LUNGS FOR MY WEDDING DAY
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THIS is the baby whose parents had to prod her for TEN DAYS whilst she was critically ill in hospital to keep her alive. Tiny Chloe Lawrence was born four weeks premature and at just three weeks old was diagnosed with the killer bug meninigitis. Doctors didn’t think she would survive and for ten days she stopped breathing so many times that her parents had to prod her dozens of time just to keep her alive.
LAWRENCE  WE PRODDED OUR BABY TO KEEP HER ALIVE
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‘I think I’m going to have to cancel my whole wedding day,’ I typed into the chatroom. I’d met eight girls on the wedding internet chat room site that I’d been on for months now, and we all chatted together online most days. Some of the girls were already married and had stayed on the chatroom site to help out other nervous brides. A couple of them, like me, were excitedly planning their big day and needed some advice and ideas. My husband William and I had been planning our wedding day for five months. We had met five years previously when we were set up on a blind date. William’s brother was dating a friend of mine and they arranged for us to meet one evening at his house.
MCKEEN. EIGHT INTERNET STRANGERS SAVED MY WEDDING DAY
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AS little Georgia Burton lay paralysed in her hospital bed, doctors warned her devastated parents that she may not even survived. Georgia, now 11, had contracted Guillain Barre Syndrome, a diseae of the nervous system that can be triggered just by something as mild as a sore throat or flu. In rare cases it can lead to total paralysis, which is what happened in Georgia’s case. She lay in her hospital bed unable to move a muscle, and even unable to speak. Georgia was on a life support machine and doctors told her mother Kerry Burton that she may not survive. If she did recover, it could take upto five years for her to be able to walk again.
BURTON. PARALYSED GIRL DEFIES DOCS TO WALK AGAIN.
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WHEN tiny Farah Bycroft needed a lifesaving liver transplant to survive, help wasn’t far away. her parents were worried that she may not survive long enough for a donor to be found on the national waiting list - so her grandmother Carol Morris stepped forward to help. Mrs Morris, 58, bravely donated part of her own liver to keep her granddaughter alive, and now Farah will be able to live a normal life. And Farah’s mother Joanne Bycroft, 37, says she will never be able to thank her mother enough for risking her own life to save her granddaughter. Miss Bycroft, a legal secretary, who lives in Huddersfield, said: ‘It was the most amazing selfless things that my mother could have ever done. ‘It was a risk to her own life as it is such a big operation, but she never hesitated. She and Farah have a really strong bond between them, which is even stronger now. And when Farah is old enough I will tell her how her grandmother saved her life.’
BYCROFT. GRANNY SAVES GRANDDAUGHTER BY DONATING HER PART OF HER LIVER
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WHEN Cindy Buckle went into labour with her baby daughter Ella, her family thought she would be cancelling her wedding day plans. Mrs Buckle’s wedding day was scheduled for the following day, and she thought she had timed it to perfection as her second baby was due the following week. But she went into labour a week early - and as she pushed her healthy daughter into the world, her mind was already determindedly on the task ahead. She started her labour, delivered her baby and got married to husband Colin in a staggering 14 hours from start to finish.
BUCKLE. WOMAN GIVES BIRTH AND GETS MARRIED WITHIN 13 HOURS
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WHEN Olivia Brown had her legs and arm amputated to save her life from the killer bug meninigitis, her parents never thought they would see her walk again. But brave Olivia has astounded her parents by not only making a miraculous recovery after doctors told them they didn’t expect her to survive, but by walking and running with her new prosthetic limbs. Brave Olivia, four, who thinks her arms and legs are in heaven, can now live a normal life - after only being given less than 24 hours to survive. Her mother Kim Brown, 28, said: ‘We are just so proud of Olivia. It was only chance of survival to have her legs and arm amputated, and we never thought we would see the day when Olivia would ever run around like she had done before.
BROWN.BRAVE MENINIGITIS GIRL WALKS WITH NEW LEGS.
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AS ballerina Isabella Cook twirls and pirouettes, no one would ever guess what a miracle it is that she is alive. Unbelievably, Isabella was born with her heart on the wrong side of her body. Not only that, but it was also back to front with a hole in it too. She is the only British baby to have survived such a string of heart defects - any one of which could have killed her. Doctors didn’t expect her to live beyond the age of 12 months, and she has survived three traumatic operations and the risk that any time, her heart could fail her. But now determined Isabella has defied all the odds, and is happily enjoying her favourite hobby of ballet.
COOK. ONLY UK CHILD EVER TO SURVIVE THREE DEADLY HEART DEFECTS FULFILLS DREAM OF BEING BALLERINA
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WHEN Angela Haston suffered her eighteenth miscarriage she thought she would never again be a mother. She had been trying for a baby for eight years and had suffered a miscarriage every few months. But amazingly against all the odds - with her nineteenth pregnancy, Mrs Haston has finally been able to give birth to her miracle daughter Mia Rose. UK miscarriage experts said that had never heard of anyone having more than 18 miscarriages before. Mrs Haston, 27, a full time mother, said: ‘I can’t believe it that I’m finally able to hold my own daughter in my arms.
HASTON. WOMAN HAS 18 MISCARRIAGES THEN MIRACLE BABY
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