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THESE are the first pictures of the record breaking baby who was created from sperm frozen from her father for an amazing NINETEEN years. Emmanual and Zoe Iyoha are celebrating the birth of 7Ib6 Ella Patience after fertility treatment using sperm that was frozen in 1989. As Emmanuel cuddles his new daughter he says he is ‘just amazed at the power of science.’ When Emmanuel was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 27 his only thoughts were of his survival. It was only when a nurse persuaded him to have his sperm frozen before having chemotherapy treatment that he decided to take action to help him try for a family in the future. Emmanuel, an IT support engineer, made national headlines two years ago when his wife Zoe gave birth to the couple’s daughter Poppy - 17 years after his sperm was frozen. Emmanuel, 47, who lives in Stockport, said: ‘Everytime I think about how long it has been since my sperm was first frozen I am just amazed. ‘It just seems incredible that something that was frozen so long ago can help create my family now, nearly two decades later.’ ( iyoha )
Iyoha . Record breaking baby who was created from sperm frozen from her father for an amazing NINETE
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AS Jason and Sarah Rowland cuddle their twins they know their birth is nothing short of a miracle. It has taken a staggering SEVEN attempts at IVF treatment and a cost of £20,000 for the couple to finally bring home their double bundle of joy. And even after Mrs Rowland finally managed to fall pregnant with the twins, they faced a battle for survival after being born prematurely at 26 weeks, weighing just IIb12 and 2Ib2. After a four month struggle for survival in hospital, which saw one of the twins undergoing a lifesaving operation, the couple have finally been able to bring the twins home.
ROWLAND. SEVEN IVF ATTEMPTS AND £20,000 TO GET OUR MIRACLE TWINS
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But now bells were ringing in my head. Could this possibly be the very same Jonathon whom I’d written those love letters to, all those years ago. I tried to get my man all those years ago, and it took me 20 years to get him down the aisle. ( blackwell )
BLACKWELL. 20 YEAR LOVE LETTERS REUNITE CHILDHOOD SWEETHEARTS
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WHEN Nadine Walters suffered from cancer twice, doctors told her that it was unlikely she would ever be a mother. She undewent gruelling chemotherapy treatment from the age of 12 through to 18 to battle both Ewing’s sarcoma, and then leukaemia - and at one point was given just three weeks to live. She managed to survive, but then she was told that six years of intensive treatment would have left her infertile. Mrs Walters resigned herself to never being a mother - but amazingly against all the odds she fell pregnant with naturally conceived twins and doctors told her that they had never come across such a miracle before. But then she was told that one of her twins could die in the womb and she was given the choice to terminate him and let his brother survive. But she was determined to give both her little miracles the chance of survival and refused a termination - and now she is the proud mum of both boys.
WALTERS. MUM BEATS CANCER TWICE - THEN HAS MIRACLE TWINS
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WHEN tiny Emma Young lay fighting for life in hospital against all the odds - her parents and the nurses kept her alive in a most amazing way. Tiny Emma, who had been born at just 25 weeks, suddenly kept stopping breathing and she had to be reminded to breath again. So the nurses and her mother Angela Young kept having to tickle the bottom of her feet to jump start her body into breathing again - which amazingly has managed to keep her alive. Now tiny Emma is out of danger and has now amazed doctors with her survival.
YOUNG. BABY KEPT ALIVE BY BEING TICKLED ON FEET.
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WHEN Melissa Bowmer was diagnosed with cancer, she started to prepare herself for the gruelling treatment ahead. But she was stopped in her tracks when just a few weeks later her four year old son Llywelyn was diagnosed with cancer too. The Mrs Bowmer made the ultimate sacrifice a mother could possibly make. She delayed starting her own chemotherapy treatment by six months so she could help her son through his treatment. Doctors warned her that a delay could prove fatal for her, but she was adamant that she wanted to be there and strong for her son. Now both Mrs Bowner and her son are recovering back home in Swansea and are currently free from the disease.
BOWMER. MUM WHO WAITED FOR CHEMO TREATMENT TO SEE HER SON THROUGH CANCER
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WHEN Katy Close and her fiance Ryan wanted to set the date for their wedding day - they had very little choice. The last three generations in her family had all married on March 27th - and amazingly all the weddings have taken place exactly THIRTY years apart, and had taken place at the same church. So even though her wedding fell on a Thursday and only 14 guests were able to attend, they set their big day to follow in family footsteps. Mrs Close, 26, a teacher, who lives with husband Ryan, 28, a civil servant, in Selby, North Yorkshire, said: ‘Ryan had proposed to me a few weeks before, and we only had eight months to organise the wedding if we wanted to get married on the 27th March.
FOUR FAMILY GENERATIONS MARRY ON SAME DATE - 30 YEARS APART OVER 90 YEARS SPAN
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WHEN her twin daughter Helen contracted the lifethreatening brain bug meninigitis, Sarah Tomlinson thought she was unlucky. Doctors didn’t know whether tiny Helen, then just seven months old, would pull through as she was in a critical condition. But she battled through and managed to survive the deadly bug, only for her twin sister to contract it the following year. It astounded doctors as the chances of both the twins getting meninigitis separately from each other are a staggering millions to one. They were more likely to win the lottery twice. Both twins have now made a full recovery - despite Georgia getting it for the second time just before the twins’ fourth birthday. Mrs Tomlinson, 36, who lives in Leeds with husband Paul, 40, and their elder daughter Carla, eight, said: ‘ I can’t believe that my twins have managed to beat meninigitis three times between them.
TOMLINSON. MENINIGITIS TWINS BEAT AMAZING MILLIONS TO ONE ODDS.
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I couldn’t imderstand it. It just wasn’t shaking this flu bug off and I felt dreadful. It was going around our college campus like wildfire and the students were dropping like flies. It was November 2006 and I’d had it for nearly a week now, feeling exhausted with sickness. Then at the end of the week I went downstairs and my mum turned to me. ‘You’ve turned yellow,’ she said. I was lying on the sofa and couldn’t even get up I was so exhausted. ‘You look like Bart Simpson with your yellow face,’ my sister Chloe, 19. told me. ( jones )
YASMIN JONES. A HAD A COLD - NEXT WEEK I NEEDED A LIVER TRANSP[LANT TO SURVIVE
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WHEN Albie the three-legged goat needed a prosthetic leg, owner Jenny Brown knew exactly who to turn too. Albie had made a miraculous escape from a local abbatoir, but injuries inflicted when he was trussed up with wire in the abbatoir before he made his heroic attempt had nadly infected his leg. Vets battled to save it, but couldn’t, so they had to amputate it. leaving him with just three legs. Poor Albie tried to hop around the field on three legs, but kept having to rest as it was too much of a strain on his other leg and back. So Mrs Brown leapt into action. She knew exactly what to do - after she had lost her own leg at the age of ten to cancer. She contacted the doctor who had made her prosthetic leg, and begged him to help Albie too.
Goat and me have artificial leg.
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