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TO everyone who sees them, five month old Ame and Lia look like twins - and certainly they were born on the same day, just minutes apart. But amazingly they beat odds of millions to one, to have been conceived three weeks apart in their mother’s womb. When doctors discovered mum Amelia Spence was pregnant scans showed there were two babies inside her mum. But they were amazed to discovered that one baby was much bigger than the other, and they told Miss Spence that her babies had actually been conceived separately.
MILLIONS TO ONE
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HANNAH Kersey made world medical history last year when she gave birth to triplets from two separate wombs. Miss Kersey, 23, was born with a rare condition known as uterus didelphys which meant she developed two wombs. She became pregnant with triplets - and two of the babies developed on one of the wombs, whilst the third baby developed in the second. Now the triplet girls Ruby, Tilly and Gracie, have just celebrated their first birthday milestone, much to the delight of the proud parents.
WORLD FIRST TWO WOMB TRIPLETS CELEBRATE FIRST BIRTHDAY.
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WHEN Beverley Hammett had acid thrown in her face in a mistaken identity attack, she had a long road to recovery ahead of her. Brave Bev has endured ten years of painful skin grafts, and a cornea transplant to replace her damaged sight. And now she has just undergone an amazing operation using balloons to give her back the hairline damaged by the acid. Surgeons have painstakingly grown extra skin on the top of her head in order to create the new look for her.
ACID ATTACK GIRL IN MISTAKEN IDENTITY HAS NEW OP.
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When Leo turned to me and whispered the words ‘ I do’ it was the sweetest sound I had ever heard. It was even more special than when he had very first uttered those same words - on our first wedding day more than 20 years ago. We were getting married for the second time, after divorcing only a few years previously. I’d been diagnosed with breast cancer and Leo hadn’t been handle it, so we drifted apart. But now he was dying in hospital, and he wanted to make me his wife one more time, before it was too late. And it was just in time. 36 hours after we had exchanged our wedding vows Leo slipped away. I’d only been his wife for a day and a half - but it was the best few hours of my life. It made all the years of heartache worthwhile. ( slevin )
WIFE HAD BREAST CANCER AND HUSBAND DIVORCES HER - MARRIES HIM AGAIN AFTER SHE RECOVERS
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Kieran lay on the sofa with his eyes glued to the screen. Peter Pan was flying around and Kieran was absolutely fascinated. He’d always had a thing for Peter Pan. It was his favourite tv character. Night after night he’d be watching his hero, and he even begged me for a Peter Pan costume so he could dress up as him too. He was lying on the sofa one night watching his usual Peter Pan, when he complained of pains in his legs. It was just before bedtime and he was still complaining that they were hurting as he was lying in bed that night...................Two days later, he closed his eyes for the last time, and didn’t wake up. He was gone forever. One day I will tell Stephanie about her brave big brother, and how he hung on especially to meet her. And for her too, he will always be our own little Peter Pan , the little boy who never grew up. ( anderson )
MY PETER PAN BOY WHO WILL NEVER GROW UP.
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WHEN doctors told Gemma Cox to abort her unborn baby as she was suffering from a lifethreatening heart condition, she was determined to risk her own life in order to give birth. Miss Cox had the full support of her sister Katherine Jefferys - as Mrs Jeffreys had just fought exactly the same battle and had survived. Doctors had told Mrs Jeffreys twice to abort her unborn children, who are now two and four months old, as she also had the same lifethreatening heart condition as her sister. But both sisters were determined to be a mother at all costs - and despite Miss Cox even undergoing lifesaving heart surgery when she was 24 weeks pregnant - their three children have been born safe and well.
HEART SISTERS REFUSED TO ABORT THEIR THREE BABIES
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WHEN Meg Jones was battling a rare form of cancer, it was her mum Helen Bulbeck who helped her stay strong and win her battle. It was a mammoth task for Mrs Bulbeck after doctors in the UK told her they couldn’t operate on her daughter’s brain tumour, to find a surgeon who would perform pioneering surgery to save her daughter’s life. So when Helen herself was diagnosed with a rare cancer too at the same time, Meg was on hand to help her through it too. Now Meg has flown to America for pioneering surgery to remove her brain tumour, and doctors have managed to remove Helen’s tumour too. Now both mum and daughter are recovering back at their home in Hampshire - and say their support for each other has helped them win their double cancer battle. ( jones )
MUM AND DAUGHTER FIGHT CANCER TOGETHER.
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I needed a new kidney - and luckily help was close at hand. I ran a restaurant in Oakham, Lincs, and our chef James, was always cooking up a storm. So when I needed a kidney, James wanted to help. Not only was James our chef, but he was our son too - so he proved to be a perfect match. ( goss )
GOSS. CHEF SON SERVED ME UP HIS KIDNEY TO SAVE MY LIFE
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WHEN doctors told Mark Chenoweth he would never walk again, he resigned himself to spending the rest of his life in a wheelchair. Mark, 45, had been born with spina bifida, and by the age of 34 he was unable to walk because of nerve damage to his spine. But whilst on holiday to Menorca in October 1998, a miracle happened of biblical proportions. He had persuaded a local dive centre to teach him to dive - despite not having the use of his legs. When he surfaced after diving to 17 metres below the surface and was pulled back into the boat by the instructor, he could walk. 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)
The miracle of a man who regained ability to walk after diving.
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ONE of the rarest gems in the world recently made in appearance around the neck of British author Freya North. She was launching her new novel Pillow Talk, and after having recently discovered the existence of the gem tanzanite, she decided to write about it in her ninth book. Tanzanite is a stunning dark blue gem - described as the most important new gemstone in 2000 years - and when Freya discovered of its existence, she made it the fascination of her central character, a jeweller, in her latest book. But in the glitzy heady world of novels and book launches, few may realise the dangerous conditions where many risk their lives to exavate this jewel from its only hiding place in the world.
The harsh world of the Tanzanite mines.
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