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She suffers from deformities so extreme that she was called the ‘pig girl’ by her local Samoan community, but little Tina Julie Nanai has fought an unbelievable battle for survival. When she was born six months ago doctors left her to die. But her devastated parents Sefulu and Mikaele crept into the maternity ward and secretly fed her by a syringe, saving her life. Now the couple, who proudly call their brave daughter ‘Baby Miracle’ say: ‘It was so shocking when I first saw sher. When the doctors told me she would die, all I wanted to do was hold her and not let her go.’ After she was born, doctors feared she would soon die because her spinal cord was protruding through a hole in her back, her fingers and toes hadn’t formed properly, leaving her with stumps, and her face was severly misshappen. Sefulu said: “When doctors told me this would be the only time I would see her, I was devastated.’
MIRACLE.BABY LEFT FOR DEAD.
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WHEN Melanie Paragreen wanted some help after suffering nine years of infertility, she didn’t bargain for quite the help she ended up with. Mrs Paragreen joined a national support group for women suffering from infertility, and on there she met three women in a similar position to her. The four women became good friends, sharing their heartache, then an amazing thing happened. One by one they all fell pregnant through IVF treatment, were all pregnant at the same time, then all gave birth to twin boys. ( emery )
EMERY. FOUR FRIENDS ALL HAVE TWIN BOYS
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THIS is the brave little boy who has to live in a bubble. 13-year-old Alex Webb has a rare condition that means that the daylight burns his skin and the only way he can go outside is to be inside a protective plastic bubble. Even when he plays in his garden it has to be in a special tunnel - apart from at night when he can play to his hearts content. His mother Sandra Webb, 50, said: ‘Alex knows that even if the sun isn’t shining, then he will still get burnt within a matter of minutes.
Webb.THIS is the brave little boy who has to live in a bubble.
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WHEN Claire Power was planning her daughter’s christening, she had no doubt about what her baby would wear. On her big day tiny Jessica became the 32nd baby in the Power family line to wear the broderie anglaise christening dress. It has been in the family for a staggering 143 years, and each child who has worn it has had their name carefully embroidered into the hem as a special momento. Mrs Power, 35, an account manager, said: ‘There was never any doubt about what Jessica was going to wear, as a long line of Power children before her have also worn the dress. ‘It was amazing, I expected the dress to be yellowing, after all it is over a century old, but it just looked like new when we took it out from its storage box.
POWER. BABY IS 32ND TO WEAR 143 YR OLD CHRISTENING ROBE.
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It was his one foot I first noticed. I just love feet, and Andy’s foot was just perfect. He may have only had one foot as his other leg had been amputated above the knee and Andy was in a wheelchair. But one foot was enough. ‘Hi, I’m Michelle,’ I smiled at him. ( smith )
SMITH. WE LOST 14 STONE FOR OUR WEDDING DAY.
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THIS is the little girl who has made medical history by becoming the youngest baby to be kept alive by an artifical heart. Louise McGregor Smith was just 17 weeks old when she was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy and a dangerously enlarged heart. Surgeons at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle put her on an artifical heart machine, called a Berlin Heart, to keep her alive whilst a desperate search for a heart donor was launched. Eventually a heart was found in Belfast and her surgeon flew over in a private jet to collect it and perform the lifesaving operation.
SMITH. YOUNGEST BABY IN THE WORLD TO BE KEPT ALIVE BY ARTIFICIAL HEART
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WHEN his dad Neil slumped into unconsciousness behind the wheel of his car on a motorway hard shoulder, nine year old Jago Deighton knew exactly what to do. He rang his mother Melanie on his mobile phone and told her ‘daddy was asleep in the car’, and she was alerted to telephone the police. The police then telephoned him on his mobile phone to find out where he was, but little Jago couldn’t see any signs. So he had a brainwave. He told the police that his daddy’s satellite navigation system was on the dashboad and that he could see the word Clevedon on the screen.
DEIGHTON. SON SAVES DADS LIFE WITH SAT NAV.
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WHEN Alicia Murphy’s embryos were swept away in the floods of Hurricane Katrina she thought her dreams of being a mother were over. Mrs Murphy and her husband Matthew, from Dublin, had been trying for years to start a family without success. They had undergone several artifical inseminations and cycles of fertility drugs and had just undergone a cycle of IVF treatment. The embryos were waiting to be put into Mrs Murphy’s womb when the hurriance floods hit the fertility clinic where they were being treatment. The precious embryos were swept away in the floods, much to the couple’s devastation. But now after further treatment, the couple have finally become parents four times over after Mrs Murphy, who is from New Orleans, gave birth to quadruplet girls. Mrs Murphy, a catering director, said: ‘ When Hurriance Katrina swept away our embryos I thought our hopes of ever having a family had been lost forever. But our four girls have proved us wrong!
Murphy . Hurricane Katrina robbed me of my  embryos.
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WHEN Gill Barton was nearing her 50th birthday, it may have seemed reasonable for her to think about retiring. She had worked for 12 years in her local bingo hall calling the bingo numbers and doing adminstration work, and had also raised five sons. But when she reached the age of 50, Mrs Barton had other ideas. Instead of settling down into retirement, she decided to set up her own recruitment and training company. The company now turns over more than £15 million each year and has made her a multimillionairess, .
BARTON . From Bingo caller at age 50  to £15,000,000 a year ! ( € 20,000,000 , $30,000,000)
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THIS is the amazing girl who has beaten EIGHT brain tumours. Since the age of 13, brave Michaela Lemalle has been fighting brain tumours that have occurred in different parts of her head each time. She has had eight major operations to remove them, and has endured countless bouts of chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment, and has managed to beat it each time.
LEMALLE. I SURVIVED 8 BRAIN TUMOURS
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