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WHEN Margaret Davies wanted to give her daughter a kidney to save her life, there was one big problem. The doctors told her she was too fat to go ahead with the transplant, as it would be dangerous to her own life. So Mrs Davies decided to take drastic action. She joined a slimming group and managed to lose two stone - to be slim enough to go ahead with the lifesaving transplant.
Davies. Mum who slimmed to give kidney to her daughter.
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THIS is the miracle mum who was brought back to life by doctors on Christmas Day. Lindsey Patterson’s family didn’t believe in miracles until they experienced one of their own. Miss Patterson, 25, had been rushed into hospital with suspected meninigitis and a brain tumour just three weeks before Christmas in 2005.
THIS is the miracle mum who was brought back to life by doctors on Christmas Day.
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THIS is the miracle little boy who has beaten cancer an amazing NINE times in just one year. As he unwraps his Christmas presents brave little Jarvis Fleming can still see his gifts thanks to the doctors who saved his sight after batlling nine lifethreatening tumours in both of his eyes.
Fleming THIS is the miracle little boy who has beaten cancer an amazing NINE times in just one year.
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BRAVE Tilly Lockey is giving her parents the best Christmas present ever - by being back on her feet. Two year old Tilly is now bouncing for joy after losing both arms and all of her toes to the deadly brain bug meninigitis. When she was rushed to hospital with the bug earlier this year, doctors told her devastated parents that it was likely they were going to lose their daughter.
BRAVE Tilly Lockey is giving her parents the best Christmas present ever - by being back on her feet
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WHEN Linda Roome fought her battle with ovarian cancer at the age of 13 she was the youngest person in Britain to be diagnosed with that form of the disease. To save her life doctors had to remove on of her ovaries - and on it was a cancerous growth weighed a massive 10Ib’s, more than the weight of a newborn baby. Doctors told her that the chemotherapy treatment she needed could leave her infertile. But last year, Miss Roome, 21, from Glasgow amazed the doctors by giving birth to her son Callum.
ROOME. YOUNGEST GIRL WITH OVARIAN CANCER AT 13 BECOMES MIRACLE MUM.
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My newborn baby Tristan went for a scan and the doctors had devastating news. He had severe hip problems and would need to wear an all body plaster cast from his armpits to his ankles. But it wasn’t the first time that it had happened to our family. His brother Tobin had also been born with hip problems - everytime he moved his hips they would dislocate - and he too had to wear a body splint for weeks. It just seemed like such bad luck. Our first son Reuben, now six, had been born perfectly healthy. So when I fell pregnant with our second son Tobin, my husband Paul, 35, who works in IT in an investment bank, and I were thrilled. ( carter )
CARTER . MY BRAVE PLASTER BOYS.
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WHEN doctors told Maria and Ian Kelly that their nine year old son Ryan had an inoperable brain tumour they were devastated. Ryan had been in for a routine operation that had caused breathing difficulties afterwards and had been taken to intensive care. But when doctors carried out a brain scan after the operation they had terrible news for his parents. They told the couple that their son actually had a brain tumour, and that it was inoperable because it was deep in the base of his brain. The couple spent the next fortnight breaking the news to their other children Adam, 17, Emma, 15, and Sophie, eight - and planning a last holiday for him to Disneyland. But then doctors carried out a second scan and had to admit to the couple that they had got it wrong.
DOCS TOLD US OUR SON HAD A FATAL BRAIN TUMOUR THEY WERE WRONG.
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As I leant over the bath, my left breast touched against the window sill, and there I could see it. It was visible in the bathroom mirror leaning against the window sill - a patch of skin on my breast that looked puckered. It hadn’t been there before. But it couldn’t possibly be anything to worry about. I’d had breast pain on and off now for 12 months and I’d gone to my GP about it repeatedly as my mum had died of breast cancer when she was 44. I had even just run the Race for Life for cancer research in mum’s memory, and I had just lost nearly a stone in weight whilst I had been training for it. I’d even had the breast pain whilst I was doing the 5kms run, but I was convinced it couldn’t have been cancer else the GP would have referred me. He’d examined me thoroughly and had sent me home each time.
HARRIS. RUNNING RACE IN MUMS MEMORY SAVED MY LIFE
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WHEN doctors told Carolyn Isbister that her tiny premature daughter would die within 20 minutes, she had to prepare herself for the worst. Tiny Rachael had just been born minutes before, weighing just Ib4, and her heart was only beating once every ten seconds. But Miss Isbister was determined to have just one cuddle with her daughter and to savour the one precious moment she had, so she picked up tiny Rachael and cuddled her close. And it was a cuddle that has amazed doctors by saving the baby’s life. The warmth of her mother’s skin actually kickstarted Rachael’s heart into beating properly, which allowed her to take tiny breaths of her own.
ISBISTER.  MUM'S CUDDLE SAVES BABY
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BRAVE Laura Whitworth gives her ‘guardian angel’ a big smile that says ‘thank you for my heart.’ Margaret Rollinson was on her way to work when she was flagged down by an ambulance driver after his two of his tyres had exploded. He was carrying a very special cargo - and he needed to get it to Great Ormond Street Hospital fast. Little Laura Whitworth was lying on the operating table with her own heart taken out - waiting desperately for a life saving heart transplant. With only a four hour window for the donor heart to be removed and taken to Laura, the ambulance driver hadn’t bargained for his tyres exploding. But it was Mrs Rolinson - whom Laura’s grateful family have named their ‘guardian angel’ who came to the rescue.
WHITWORTH. GIRL MEETS 'GUARDIAN ANGEL' TO SAY THANKS FOR MY HEART
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