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AS Edward Bright bravely takes his first steps on his new legs, it is something his parents never thought they would see. Seven year old Edward lost his arms and legs to the deadly brain bug meninigitis in February last year. It nearly cost him his life as he lay in a coma on a life support machine for two weeks whilst doctors battled to save him. They had to make the heartbreaking decision to amputate both his arms and legs in a desperate bid to save his life. But now Edward has been fitted with prosthetic legs which allows him to keep up with his twin brother William - and have even fulfilled a lifelong dream to make him taller than his twin. His mum Clare, 38, a medical secretary, said: ‘It is so fantastic to see Edward running along with William now.
BRIGHT. NEW LEGS FOR MENINIGITIS TWIN MAKES HIM TALLER THAN HIS BROTHER
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AT the age of 69 most women have decided to take life easy, but not Pauline Newsholme. She is just about to embark on her 69th marathon, as part of a massive fundraising effort after her own daughter was paralysed at the age of six. Mrs Newsholme has raised more than £20,000 completing her marathon effort, which has been donated towards various childrens charities. She has run marathons all over the world, including Canada, America and Europe, and next month she will run her 69th marathon in Edinburgh - at the grand old age of 69.
NEWSHOLME. MUM RUNS HER 69TH MARATHON AT 69 - FOR LOVE OF DAUGHTER
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My brother Richard found me sobbing on my bed. He didn’t even have to ask what was wrong. I’d been teased about the size of my boobs at school for months now. ‘Pancake chest’, ‘Are you standing with your back to us,’ came the jeers and taunts from my classmates. The gym changing rooms was like torture for me.  The other teenage girls had prper sized chests, but I was only a 34 AA. ( baker )
BAKER. MY BROTHER BOUGHT ME MY BOOBS.
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I couldn’t believe it when I looked at my baby. She had a hole in her face where her top lip should have been. It was a gaping hole going back underneath her nose. I just couldn’t believe it. How had this happened to my beautiful baby when we had had no warning. My husband Russ, 27, a healthcare assistant, and I had been thrilled when I fell pregnant. We met at the end of 2002 when I started working a local nursing home where Russ worked. We hit it off straight away and became a couple. We married in March 2004 and wanted to start a family straight away, and I soon gave birth to our first daughter Sky, now two. It hadn’t been easy giving birth to her. I had life threatening pre eclampsia at 22 weeks and I had to have an emergency caesarian to give birth to Sky. (james)
JAMES. MY BABY WAS BORN WITH A HOLE IN HER FACE.
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All my friends were envious that I was still wearing my size six jeans - and whats more, they were even slightly loose. I was eight months pregnant, and I had always been a size six. I had a good sized bump, but I was still easily able to fasten the button on my size skinny jeans. My friends always moaned how unfair it was - especially at the amount I eat. I’ve been eating chips twice a day now for twenty years, and I have never eaten fruit or vegetables in my life. I have an enormous appeite, but I’ve never put on weight, and I’ve always been a healthy size six. ( williams )
WILLIAMS. EATEN CHIPS FOR 20 YEARS - BUT STILL A SIZE 6.
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THESE dishes look good enough to eat - but they wouldn’t make much of a mouthful. As many of us look forward to summer picnics, Gail Tucker, 58, from Bath, has spent the last 20 years creating tiny dishes out of modelling clay to reproduce the picnics and food of byegone years. But these amazing creations of ‘finger food’ are even more spectacular - because they are the same size as a pound coin.
TUCKER.PICTURE SPREAD - MINI FOOD
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THESE are the amazing twin boys who have made medical history after being born with only half a heart each. In the first known case of its kind in the world, Sebastian and Stefan Taylor have been born with a rare heart condition which means that only half their hearts function as they should. Both the boys were born with hypoplastic heart syndrome, which means the left sides of their hearts have not developed properly. There has never been a case before in the world where doctors have seen non identical twins being born with it, as their conditions are not related. They were conceived from two separate eggs and had their own placentas in their mother’s womb. ( Bland )
Taylor.BILLIONS TO ONE TWINS  - WORLD FIRST
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WHEN doctors advised Michelle Owen that she should be planning her unborn baby’s funeral she was heartbroken. At her 20 week pregnancy scan doctors discovered that her son’s tiny kidneys were crushed beyong repair and they offered her the decision to terminate his life. When she refused they told her that he had less than a three percent chance survival and were advised to start planning his funeral. So she and her husband Meredydd, 31, a senior council worker, bought him a tiny outfit to be buried in, and also bought him a blue teddy bear which they planned to put inside his coffin too. But amazingly little Connor clung on to life - and now he has been given the greatest gift of all. His father has now donated his own kidney so that little Connor can live a normal life.
OWEN. DAD SAVES SON WITH TRANSPLANT
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WHEN Bobby Wright was diagnosed with an aggressive cancer just before his third birthday, his father Kevin was determined to leave no stone unturned. His determined drive to cure his son has taken him all around the world to find new therapies and treatments to give to Bobby. The family have travelled thousands of miles to destinations in the USA, China, Germany, the Bahamas and Mexico. And now even though surgeons in the UK gave him a poor survival rate as the cancer was so aggressive, there is no sign of it returning. Bobby is full of energy and runs around at home in Exeter, Devon, much to the delight of his parents.
WRIGHT. FATHER WHO TRAVELLED THE WORLD WITH CANCER SON TO CURE HIM.
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I undressed with the lights off and slid into bed besides my husband Chris, to ashamed to let him see me naked. My boobs just hung down like two empty sacs of skin and I was too embarrassed to let him see me. ‘I love you just the way you are,’ he insisted. But I was adamant. There was no way that Chris was ever going to be able to take a proper look at my boobs. I was too ashamed of them. ( walker )
walker. my hubby never saw me naked
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