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THIS is the heartbreaking moment when a grieving mother and family had to say goodbye to their seven year old daughter. Tragic Jade Stoner lay brain dead on a life support machine after being knocked over by a car. It was the moment no mother should have to go through. Devastated Debbie Stoner lay cuddling her daughter just moments before she was taken down to the operating theatre to have her organs removed for donation.
STONER. THE LAST KISS GOODBYE
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THEY say the bond between twins is strong - but the bond between Gabriel and Ieuan Jones simply couldnt be broken. When doctors discovered that twin Gabriel had an enlarged heart and was going to die in the womb, his mother Rebecca Jones had to make a heartbreaking decision. After doctors told her that his death could cause his twin brother to die too before they were born, and that it would be better to end Gabriels suffering sooner rather than later, Mrs Jones decided to let doctors go ahead with an operation that would terminate Gabriels life. So firstly they operated to try and sever Gabriels umbilical cord to cut off his blood supply, but when that didnt work they they cut Mrs Jones placenta in half so that when Gabriel died, it wouldnt affect his twin brother. The video can be purchased and downloaded for a one-off broadcast use by simply entering your existing passwords and downloading the required video content. Video content can also be supplied on DVD if required. Fixed price of £300 ($600/€450)
JONES. MIRACLE SURVIVAL OF TWIN THAT DOCS TRIED TO TERMINATE.
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THIS is the amazing little girl who had her brain frozen by doctors in order to stop her having brain damage after a traumatic birth. Tiny Olivia Templar was starved of oxygen for ten minutes after her birth which could have caused her to suffer brain damage or cerebral palsy. But in a pioneering procedure - the first of its kind in the UK - Olivia was fitted with a special helmet attached to a cooling machine, and her brain was frozen for three days to stop brain damage occurring. The special cooling machine had been brought to St Michael’s Hospital in Bristol from the USA and Olivia was the first patient to be treated. Now tests have shown she is clear from brain damage, much to the relief of her parents.
TEMPLAR DOCS FROZE MY BABYS BRAIN TO SAVE HER.
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A FATHER whose life was saved by his workmates after they paid for a scan which revealed he had a lifethreatening brain tumour has been given the all clear by doctors. It was a huge relief for Gary Harris who had waited 15 months after his initial operation to find out whether his brain tumour had grown back. Mr Harris was saved in May last year after his colleagues stumped up £700 for the brain scan which revealed a deadly tumour, that would have killed him within a fortnight. He would have died waiting for the scan on the NHS, even though he had been in excruiating pain and and had suffered constant headaches due to the tumour. But now he has had a scan at Frenchay Hospital in Bristol, and doctors have finally given him the all clear.
HARRIS.MAN WHO WAS SAVED FROM BRAIN TUMOUR BY WORKMATES IS GIVEN ALL CLEAR.
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WHEN Phyllis Yates lost her voice more than 13 years ago she despaired of ever being able to say hello to her beloved granddaughters. Ever since Donna, 13, and Leanne, 11, were born, Mrs Yates has never been able to hold a conversation with them. She would play games with them as toddlers and give them cuddles, but has never been able to say ‘I love you’. Doctors were baffled about how she lost her voice. She went to bed on night in 1993, then woke up the next morning unable to speak. She has spent more than a decade undergoing numerous tests, but doctors have never been able to find any answers. In November last year, she was finally referred to a specialist at Gravesend Hospital in London for a private consultantant and he diagnosed laryngeal dystonia - where the muscles of the voice box go into spasm.
YATES. BOTOX GIVES GRAN VOICE BACK AFTER 13 YEAR SILENCE.
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As my daughter Maria started to take her first steps down the aisle, I had tears in my eyes watching her. Dressed in a beautiful cream dress she made a beautiful bridesmaid - walking down the aisle infront of the bride. But Maria was no ordinary bridesmaid. It was a moment my husband Michael and I never thought we would ever see. Maria was born with meninigitis, which even though she bravely held on and managed to survive, it left her with cerebral palsy. For three years Maria had not been able to speak or walk. But when my brother’s fiance asked Maria to be a bridesmaid - I knew I had to help her walk down the aisle come what may. ( michael )
MICHAEL. MIRACLE BRIDESMAID
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I was so big I hardly drag my 42 stone bulk off the sofa, but I needed to go to the doctors. So slowly I shuffled down the hallway to the front door, when my knees gave way and I fell to the floor. ‘Are you alright mum,’ my son Simon said, rushing over to help. He grabbed my hands to help me up, but I couldn’t move. I was stuck on the floor. I was too enormous to get up. My husband Vincent and two friends came to help too. But even between the four of them, they still couldn’t shift me. I was stuck fast. ( beere )
BEERE - INCREDIBLE SHRINKING WOMAN
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I couldn’t believe it as the doctors delivered their devastating verdict. ‘I’m afraid you have cardiomyopathy. Your heart is very weak and you are going to need a heart transplant to survive,’ said the doctor. The heart condition had been passed on through my family. Already five people in the family had died of it - but I was determined it wasn’t going to get me. I was going to survive. My heart had been made weaker by the birth of my son Harry, now three. I hadn’t known I had a problem until he was born and it fatally weakened my heart. But now I had him to think about. I couldn’t leave him without a mum, so I knew I had to hang on. ( spriggs )
MUM DETERMINED TO BEAT TRAGIC FAMILY CURSE.
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WHEN doctors told Rebekah Page that she needed an emergency operation to save her life after she suffered an ectopic pregnancy she put her trust in the doctors. They had told Mrs Page that the unborn baby was growing in her left fallopian tube, and she needed it removing immediately or else it could rupture and kill her. But in a botched operation, doctors removed the right fallopian tube instead and discharged her from the hospital. She spent the next three weeks bleeding, and at risk of a life threatening rupture, until she went back to the hospital in severe pain and they discovered their mistake. Mrs Page then had to undergo a second operation to remove the baby - now ten weeks old - which has destroyed her chance at motherhood as is meant she had lost both tubes. Harrogate District General Hospital have now paid out £9,000 in compensation to Mrs Page last month.
WOMAN ROBBED OF CHANCE TO BE A MUM AFTER DOCS REMOVE WRONG OVARY
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MY daughter Michaela was pushing her dollie’s pram across the kitchen when she suddenly said ‘mum’ . I screamed out loud for my husband Tony, 31, a policeman. ‘Listen to what she is saying,’ I urgd. Then it came again. ‘Mum, mum,’ said Michaela. I just burst into tears - I couldn’t believe that my little girl was actually calling me mum. It was like a dream come true. Michaela is my little silent angel - whom the doctors had told me would never walk or talk. She was diagnosed with Angelman’s Syndrome and the doctors had told us she would be locked in her own little silent world, unable to communicate with us all. Whilst her twin sister Stevie is a bubbly happoy little five year old, it seemed that Michaela was always destined to be her silent shadow. But thanks to pioneering physiotherapy and brain training excersizes that we have been doing with her, Michaela has defied all the doctors to be able to walk - and now she has uttered the most wonderful word I will ever hear. ( commery )
SILENT ANGEL GIRL WALKS AND TALKS THANKS TO MIRACLE TREATMENT.
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