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AS Heather Mills twists and spins during her impressive dance routines on the American show Dancing With Stars, little Devon Taverner stis and watches her in awe. For Devon was born with one normal leg, and one just half the size, in a rare condition that was only spotted when she was born. Now in a desperate bid to be a dancer, just like both her mum Joanna and inspirational Heather, Devon’s family are saving up for a special leg that will allow her to dance properly too.
MY DAUGHTER DANCES WITH JUST HALF A LEG.
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When Hannah Laffoley was struck down with the killer brain bug meninigitis, her family were worried about her getting it again. But the doctors were reassuring and told her worried mother that Hannah would have more chance of being struck by lightening twice than getting the bug again. But Hannah went onto to defy the doctors predictions, by not only getting it again - but another SIX times over an incredible 14 years. She has set a UK record to become the only person in the UK to ever have suffered meninigits seven times.
GIRL BEATS MENINIGITIS 7 TIMES AS UK RECORD.
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WHEN Alison John needed a lifesaving kidney transplant, doctors warned her that she may not survive. She had already received three transplanted organs in two separate transplant operations - receiving a new liver, heart and lungs. But now Miss John, 28, has received a kidney from her father David - setting a UK record by having a four organ transplant all with different organs. She has now made a full recovery after the operation at Christmas, and she is back studying to be a medic. Miss John, who lives in Cardiff with partner Nathan Angell, 26, a steel fabricator, said: ‘I’ve now had four transplants, and Im the first person in the UK to have this many. ‘The doctors had written me off - but I’m still here. I feel very lucky to have had so many chances at life.’
GIRL SETS UK RECORD BY HAVING FOUR ORGAN TRANSPLANTS - INC KIDNEY FROM DAD
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THESE are the three amazing little Helen Kellers. Seven year old Zoe, Sophie and Emma Hooker are the worlds only deaf and blind triplets. As they play together in their garden, they exist in their world of darkness, united only by being able to touch each other Helen Keller touched the hearts of the world when she struggled to overcome the difficulties of being deaf and blind. She amazed the world after being born in 1880, and despite being deaf and blind she managed to talk, write, read and make friends. All three of these triplets are like Helen, who wasn’t born blind and deaf, but lost the ability to see and hear after being born prematurely. They were born prematurely to mum Liz, 32, from Houston, Texas, and her British husband Francis Dunn, 40, an IT network administrator, from Hull, in April 2000. ( hooker )
THE WORLDS ONLY THREE LITTLE HELEN KELLERS.
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I just held the telephone reciever shaking with shock. I was 28 weeks pregnant with my first child, an I was being told my husband would probably not lives to see his baby born. I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. ‘You did know that he was dying didn’t you,’ said the nurse gently. But I’d had no idea. My husband Nick was only 25, and he’d been diagnosed with leukaemia at 19. But we’d thought he would be cured. Neither of us had any idea that he was dying. His parents had been told, but they hadn’t wanted to tell either of us. ( soley )
WOMAN LOSES TWO HUSBANDS TO CANCER.
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WHEN Stephen Pearse was diagnosed with leukaemia - it was a double shock for his mother. His brother Daniel, seven. had only just recovered from the same type of leukaemia - in a case which has baffled experts. The chances of both brothers having identical types of leukaemia - which isn’t genetically linked - is millions to one. Daniel has now recovered from the disease after three years of chemotherapy treatment. And now Stephen. four, is in remission too from the diease - although he still has another two years of treatment left.
BROTHERS WITH SAME LEUKAEMIA IN CHANCES OF MILLIONS TO ONE.
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Houston is the largest city in the state of Texas and the fourth-largest in the United States. As of the 2005 U.S. Census estimate, it had a population of more than 2 million. The city covers more than 600 square miles (1,600 km˛). Houston is the county seat of Harris County and part of the Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown metropolitan area, the sixth-largest metropolitan area in the U.S. with a population of more than 5.5 million. ( taxi , tram , highrise , skyscraper , theatre , city , bus stop , news stand , america , american )
HOUSTON , TEXAS.
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The sonographer ran the scanner over my stomach. ‘You’re expecting twins,’ she announced. It wasn’t a shock to hear that I was carrying twins - a mother’s instinct had told me that I had two babies in there. And my husband Jeremy and I were thrilled - but there was a twinge of fear too. What if it all happened again. I’d been pregnant with twins just two years previously - and ow we only had one daughter Ella. Her twin sister Coran had died 11 weeks before they were born, and I carried her in my womb for those 11 weeks knowing that she wasn’t alive any more - just to give Ella the best chance of survival. ( burley )
MUM LOSES ONE TWIN - THEN GIVES BIRTH TO TWINS
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As Codie Jones hugs her pony, its a sight her parents thought they would never see. Brave Codie was born without a left hand or lower arm - yet she now rides her pony Annie thanks to being fitted with a prosthetic arm. She trots the pony around and then leaps off to give her a big hug - much to the delight of her parents Annie and Richard.
NEW ARM HELPS GIRL TO HORSERIDE
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For as long as I can remember, my sister Amanda and I have always been trying to lose weight together. I now weigh ten stone and I feel fantastic. I’ve managed to lose six stone, and I’ve dropped five dress sizes too - from a size 22 to a size 12. Theo is thrilled with the way I look too. He feels like he’s got a girlfriend - not a wife. noyek , slimming, slimmer , obese .
SISTERS LOSE 6 STONE EACH
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