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A Scottish mother who want to donate her own eggs to her infertile daughter is set to start treatment. jenna Dye’s seven year old daughter Libby suffers from Turner Syndrome - a rare genetic condition that means her ovaries do not function properly and she will not be able to have her own children naturally. But Mrs Dye is determined that her daughter’s condition will not rob her of the chance to be a mum - and wants to freeze her own eggs to give Libby the chance to fall pregnant later in life. It would mean that Libby would be in effect giving birth to her own sibling - but it may be her only chance to have a child of her own.
DYE MUM SET TO GIVE HER OWN EGGS TO INFERTILE 7 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER
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BECOMING a grandma is a special time in any woman’s life - but for Virginia Howes it is a more special time than most. She has delivered all her SIX grandchildren into the world - as she works as a midwife.
HOWES - MIDWIFE WHO DELIVERED ALL HER SIX GRANDCHILDREN
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THIS is the poignant moment Sue Burton felt her son’s heart beating in another boy’s chest. When Mrs Burton’s son Martin died from a brain haemorrhage, she and husband Nigel made the courageous decision to donate his organs for transplant.
 BURTON. THE MUM WHO FELT HER SON'S HEART BEATING IN ANOTHER BOY'S CHEST - 12 YEARS AFTER HIS DEATH.
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When Sara's little girl pestered her to play horsey horsey, she didn't know it would save her life... Seeing my little girl toddling towards the sofa my heart sank. 'Giddy up' pleaded Isobel, three, trying to clamber into my lap. She wanted to play her favourite game, horsey horsey - again!
 CASSIDY.  GAME OF HORSEY HORSEY ENDED UP SAVING MY DAUGHTER'S LIFE
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WHEN Maxine Beckett lost five babies over 19 years she was devastated and thought she would never be a mum. But her sister Dawn had other ideas - and was determined to make her sister’s dreams come true. So she offered to be a surrogate - and she gave birth to her niece Emily in October - finally fulfilling Maxine’s twenty year quest to be a mum. Mrs Beckett, 41, said: ‘Dawn has made all my dreams come true. I cannot thank her enough. It is an amazing gift that she has given me. 
BECKETT. SISTER IS SURROGATE FOR SISTER - ENDING 20 YEAR QUEST TO BE A MUM
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November 2001. Me and my hubby Brian, now 46, were welcoming our first child in the world. A daughter, we'd decided to name her Skye. My waters broke at 41 weeks whilst I was at home. "Brian" I called out in shock.
lawson my beautiful birthmark daughter.
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THIS is the miracle baby - who had cancer in her mother’s womb. Doctors spotted a massive tumour on tiny Jenna Smith’s neck when her mother was 32 weeks pregnant. The cancer had begun before she was even born - and it meant a dramatic life saving operation for her, halfway through her birth. The tot was born with the massive neck tumour and had to undergo an operation to remove it when was just a few days old. She is now just finishing her gruelling chemotherapy treatment - and has beaten the massive tumour. Her relieved mum Lisa, 38, who lives in Penrith with husband Anthony, 38, said: ‘It was such a massive shock to us both when we were told that Jenna had this neck cancer. ‘She was still inside me and hadn’t even been born yet, yet I was being told that my baby had cancer. It was terrifying. ‘When I saw the massive tumour on her neck when she was delivered, I couldn’t believe just how big it was. She was such a tiny baby and yet she had this massive tumour on her neck. I just had to pray that she would be able to survive.’ Mrs Smith, 38, had already suffered a heartbreaking miscarriage two years previously when she managed to fall pregnant again.
Smith. MIRACLE SURVIVAL OF BABY WHO WAS BORN WITH CANCER
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THESE are the miracle triplets - who were separated whilst in their mother’s womb in a desperate bid to save their lives. Two of the triplets were suffering from a rare condition which was killing both of them - and threatening the life of their triplet sister too. But thanks to the skill of surgeons who performed an incredibly rare operation the triplets have survived their ordeal to be born safe and well - just in time for Christmas.
Halliwell Miracle triplets - who were separated whilst in their mother’s womb
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THIS is the first 3D prosthetic arm to be fitted on a child in the UK. It has been printed from a 3D machine for little Charlie Egan - who was born with no right arm. Little Charlie was fitted with the brand new revolutionary arm this week - just in time for Christmas. It means that little Charlie, five, can now open his Christmas presents with his brother Dylan, five months. In October a scottish girl was fitted with a 3D printed hand - but this is the first 3D arm to be fitted in the UK. His mother Penny, 34, who lives in Lowestoft, Norwich, said: ‘We are going to have a wonderful Christmas this year.
EGAN - BOY WITH UK'S FIRST 3D ARM
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WHEN brave Olivia Careless lay battling cancer - there was only one wish on her mind. Doctors had told her devastated parents that she may never walk again as the harsh treatment had damaged her leg bones. But as she fought through her treatment she promised to her mum that when she got better she would learn to dance. And its a promise brave Olivia has kept to herself and her parents - as she prepares to dance in her first ballet exam. Her mother Sarah, 34, who lives in Hull, said: ‘We are so incredibly proud of Olivia. When I watch her dancing it brings tears to my eyes.
Careless. CANCER DANCER
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