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It is heartbreakingly poignant - the two palms pressed together in a symbol of hope. And it was the only hope that Victoria Simmonds could hope for - as her tiny son Kaven pressed his tiny hand into hers. Kaven had been born at just 23 weeks - one of the most premature babies ever born in the UK. As he hung onto life he managed to battle through a flesh eating bug that was eating away at the inside of his tiny stomach, and he underwent a staggering six operations and FIFTY blood transfusions to survive.
THE HAND OF HOPE.
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I feel proud though that I’ve been so strong. Losing so many babies would have destroyed so many mothers, but not me. I’ve never needed tranquilisers or sleeping pills, I was just determined to keep on trying to be a mum. And I’m so proud of Edward too, for making it this far. I just hope he will keep strong. He is a real survivor. I may have lost six children - but I’ve got my wonderful son. ( Bernardi )
WOMAN WHO LOST SIX BABIES - STILL HAS HER MIRACLE SON
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As I pushed back my dinner plate I sat back in my chair and rubbed my back. It had been hurting all day and I had the sudden urge to get up and go to the toilet. My husband Iain and I were at a dinner party to celebrate a friends daughter’s 18th and I was 33 weeks pregnant with twins. We had just had the starter and the main course, and were waiting for the dessert, when I had to get up and make my way to the toilet. As I stood up and climbed the stairs, my waters suddenly broke. I couldn’t believe it. I just stood there, with water running down the inside of my linen trousers. I just didn’t know what to do. We were in a hotel - an hour and a half away from the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital where I was due to give birth to the twins. I made my way down to Iain and whispered in his ear. ‘I’m in labour and I’m going to give birth to the twins now. ( macfayden )
I WENT INTO LABOUR AT A DINNER PARTY.
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I couldn’t believe it when the consultant delivered his terrible news. ‘I’m sorry but you have breast cancer,’ he said. I just stared at him in shock. Surely it couldn’t be happening again. I had lost my mum to breast cancer and my sister Sarah had fought it too. Then just a few years later my other sister Caroline had battled cancer to. Now it was my turn. But I knew I could beat it - and the reason was simple. We may have lost our mum to cancer, but my two sisters had fought through it and won. If they could do it, so could I. ( douglas)
THREE SISTERS WHO ALL FOUGHT CANCER TOGETHER.
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WHEN Danica Green lay fighting for life in a hospital bed after being knocked over by a car, her family feared they may never see her again. In the terrible tragedy - which also claimed the life of Danica’s cousin Paula Stead, Danica’s legs had been crushed by the wheels of the car, and she spent 16 hours in the operating theatre whilst surgeons battled to save her. They managed to save brave Danica’s life - but surgeons were unable to save her right leg. But now she has amazed her delighted family by taking her first steps since the accident after she was fitted with a prosthetic limb.
FIRST STEPS FOR HIT AND RUN LEG GIRL.
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WHEN doctors told mum Alison Sewell that her baby son had a rare tumour - they told her that would have to lose his tongue. But in a pioneering operation that has never been carried out in the world before, surgeons have now rebuilt his tongue using the six pack muscles from his stomach.
BOYS TONGUE FROM SIX PACK STOMACH MUSCLE IN WORLD FIRST.
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But suddenly there was an overwhelming urge to push. ‘They are coming,’ I screamed. And I felt the sensation of something slithering down my trouser leg. It was the first twin. I was just in shock. I couldn’t believe it. John bent down and pushed the baby back up my trousers and out of the top. The baby was blue, it didn’t look good. John phoned 999. ‘Help, my wifes having twins in our doorway. I need an ambulance,’ he shouted. Then came the second urge to push and Whoosh! Like lightening, John caught the second twin in his arms. (cork)
MY HUSBAND DELIVERED OUR TWINS.
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AS Lesley Bennison made a recovery from breast cancer, her mind wasn’t on her own recovery. Instead she was thinking of other mothers who were about to go through the same thing as she had just struggled through. Mrs Bennison found the difficult thing about having chemotherapy was trying to run her own family whilst undergoing the exhaustative treatment. So she has set up a group called ‘The Chemo Mums’ which will offer a unique service to other mothers going through treatment for cancer.
Chemo mums , mums  who fight cancer.
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When Lisa Butler took the photograph of her six month old daughter Grace, she noticed a strange white light in one of her eyes. Miss Butler took her daughter to her health visitor, convinced that something was wrong. She was told her daughter’s eye was developing and there was nothing wrong. But she was convinced that something wasn’t right - and she took Grace to see her local doctor, who referred her straight to hospital. Grace was diagnosed with retinoblastoma - a childhood eye cancer - thanks to the photograph that saved her life. ( butler )
MUM'S PHOTO SAVES DAUGHTERS LIFE.
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The doctors were adamant, my twin babies needed to be born. They gave me a date for the operation - ‘we will operate tomorrow,’ they said But I knew I couldn’t give birth on that day. My step daughter Andrea had rang the night before with labour pains. Her baby - our first grandchild - was due to be born any minute now. I couldn’t give birth on the same day to my twins. ( schian )
 I GAVE BIRTH TO MY TWINS AT 52 - JUST HOURS AFTER MY GRANDCHILD WAS BORN.
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