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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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WHEN Doug Healy was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumour he had every possible type of treatment to try and cure it. He battled the tumour for seven years, but it showed no sign of disappearing. The doctors even had to stop a course of chemotherapy in December 2006 as it was damaging his body too much. He and his wife Fiona, 50, who trains nurses, had even planned his funeral and written up a will. But then last summer Mr Healy, 54, a comedian, who lives in Edinburgh, suddenly started to feel better. And when he went for a check up scan in August last year, doctors had some amazing news for him. His tumour had completely disappeared without a trace. When he asked how it had happened, he was told that it had been a ‘medical miracle.’
HEALY. THE MIRACLE OF THE BRAIN TUMOUR THAT JUST DISAPPEARED.
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AS her unborn babies were kicking away in her womb, Michelle Stepney never knew their kicks were actually saving her life. Mrs Stepney didn’t know that she had cervical cancer until unbelievably, her unborn twins managed to kick the tumour out. She was rushed to hospital after she started bleeding heavily due to the tumour being pushed out of her cervix. It was only when she got to hospital that doctors made the astonishing discovery and told her that her twins had saved her life.
STEPNEY.MY TWINS SAVED MY LIFE IN THE WOMB BY KICKING OUT MY CANCER TUMOUR.
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AS Emily and Faye Sandford give a beaming smile, no-one could ever guess the heartbreak behind their bravery. The pretty pair both have long blond hair which they spend hours curling with their friends, and love dressing up. But unbelievably they both suffer from alopecia, and are almost bald. They only have small tufts of hair left on their heads, and they wear special wigs when they go out to school. The debilitating condition struck Faye when she was just two years old, and her older sister Emily just a year later, when she was five. Doctors are baffled as to why the brave sisters both have the condition, which causes hair to fall out in clumps.
Sandford . MY BRAVE DAUGHTERS WEAR WIGS.
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When Caroline Paymayesh tipped the scales at 21stone 8, she was in the depths of despair. Weighing almost 22 stone has become the first woman in the UK to have a successful weight loss with a stomach band operated by remote control.
PAYMAYESH. UK'S FIRST WOMAN TO LOSE WEIGHT BY REMOTE CONTROL DEVICE
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THIS is the amazing little girl who has amazed doctors after she died TWELVE times and came back to life. Paige Southern, 18 months, was rushed into hospital suffering from meninigitis and doctors gave her a nil percent chance of survival and told her devastated parents she had just hours to live. As she battled for life, her heart stopped a staggering 12 times over two days, and each time doctors managed to bring her back to life.
SOUTHERN. TODDLER BROUGHT BACK FROM DEAD 12 TIMES
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WHEN Andrea Shemilt heard how her friends had experienced problems with breast feeding in public place she decided to take action. So she persuaded her friends to take pictures of themselves breastfeeding in public, and decided to use the pictures to put together a calendar to give encouragement to other breastfeeding mothers.
SHEMILT. BREASTFEEDING MUMS CALENDAR.
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