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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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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. Miss Roome, a nursery nurse, said ‘I was the youngest person in Britain ever to have this type of ovarian cancer, and I never thought I would ever be a mum. ‘But I’ve given birth to Callum against all the odds - he really is my miracle baby.’
 ROOME. YOUNGEST OVARIAN CANCER GIRL HAS MIRACLE BABY.
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‘I must be the only person in the world who can say they have been shot three times in the head by a 44 magnum and survived,’ says Lottie Pollak, simply. Its the stuff that Hollywood movies are made of - but even then, people who are shot in the head don’t always survive. Lottie, 42, who lives in London holds down a top job too - as the market research manager for a large international company. She is the last person you would expect to have such a tale to tell - that the three shots that were fired at her from less than five feet away left her with such a gaping hole in her face that doctors didn’t think she would make it through the night. She lost 13 pints of blood whilst she was at death’s door, and the gaping hole that was left, left her unable to talk her eat. But now surgeons have rebuilt her face to such a remarkable degree, that she is now able to eat her favourite meal of steak and mash potato and hold a full conversation with anyone. Its a tale that began when Lottie met her partner Charlotte on an internet chatroom site back in the summer of 2002.
POLLAK. WOMAN SURVIVES BEING SHOT 3 TIMES IN HEAD  BY A MAGNUM GUN
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Jon Mendelsohn, Labour’s chief fundraiser is facing calls for his resignation after admitting that he knew at least a month ago that the party had received more than £630,000 in unlawful donations from David Abrahams.
UK political scandal . Jon Mendelsohn .
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My newborn daughter Amie lay in my arms and she was perfect in every way - except for one thing. There was a slight red mark above her eyebrow. ‘Don’t worry,’ said the doctor. ‘Its just a pressre mark from the birth.’ I cuddled Aimie, thinking nothing more of it.
PILMOOR. DAUGHTER WITH A BIRTHMARK THAT I CALLED AN ANGEL'S KISS
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AS I watched my son Oliver come home with five swimming medals around his neck, I felt so proud of him. Oliver had been born with club feet and had undergone operations to straighten them. When he was born I didn’t even know if he would ever walk - so for him to shine in his swimming is such a miracle. But when we go home, I don’t have a husband or partner to share his achievements with. Instead I call my mum and my sisters to let them know how well Oliver has done. I’m a single mum to Oliver, nine, and his brother Toby, six. And whats more, I underwent 12 fertility treatments in total to have them - all on my own. I didn’t have a husband by my side when I underwent IVF treatment. Instead I did it all on my own.
SHERGOLD. 12 FERTILITY TREATMENTS AS A SINGLE MUM TO HAVE 2 SONS
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WHEN doctors told Sara Herman her baby was going to be big, she imagined giving birth to a 10Ib baby at the heaviest. Her bump was so enormous that at just five months pregnant, strangers were asking her whether she was due to give birth any day. But no one expected that when baby Jack arrived into the world that he would tip the scales at a staggering 14Ib8. ( 7 Kg )
HERMAN. MUM GIVES BIRTH TO 14 and a half pound  BABY ( 7 Kg )
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