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It was a terrible decision to have to make - but the doctors were adamant. I was pregnant with twin boys and I had to let one die to save the other. ‘This can’t be happening’ I wept to my husband David, 44, a delivery driver. ‘Why can’t they both live. It’s so unfair.’ Daivd and I had been thrilled when I fell pregnant with the boys in September 2002. We had married in July 1995 after meeting each other at work, and even though we really wanted a family I knew it would be difficult because I had irregular periods. ( holland )
I HAD TO SACRIFICE ONE TWIN TO SAVE THE OTHER .
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When Kathleen Farquhar fell pregnant there was never any doubt that she would be carrying twins. Mrs Farquhar is a twin herself - and her mum is one of twins too - so when a scan showed she was carrying twins, no-one in the family was shocked. The family’s third generation of twins arrived into the world in July - Mary weighing 8Ib6, and Daniel weighing 6Ib10. Mrs Farquhar, 33, who lives with husband Leslie, 39, a farmer, in Aboyne, near Aberdeen, said: ‘It really is amazing - that I have just given birth to the third generation of twins in our family.
TWINS, HAVE TWINS, WHO HAVE TWINS - THREE GENERATIONS
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The phone rang. Instinctively I knew it was my mum - whom I hadn’t spoken to for nearly 50 years, ever since she had given me up for adoption. What I heard next sent my world crashing around me. I’d traced mum and now she didn’t want to know. She’d had another daughter Gill, a year after me, and she didn’t want her or her grandchildren finding out about me. I was devastated. Mum had given me up once when I was a baby, and now she was giving me up too. It was too much to take in. ( roberts )
MUM KEPT US APART FOR 50 YEARS.
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THIS is the amazing brave little girl who broke her legs an unbelievable SIX times whilst she was still in her mother’s womb. Tiny Caitlin Gault then broke her legs a seventh time whilst her mother was in labour, before she was finally delivered weighing 7Ib9. A week after her birth, a scan showed the numerous fractures, and doctors diagnosed her with brittle bone disease. Her bones are so thin that they are like paper - and since her birth she has broken her legs a further SEVENTEEN times. But brave Caitlin has now battled to take the steps that doctors said she would never do.
Brave little girl who broke her legs an unbelievable SIX times whilst she was still in her mother’s
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THIS is the little boy who lives entirely on chocolate flakes. Nine year old Dylan Lowes hadn’t eaten for nine years after being born with kidney problems. But his family were amazed when earlier this year, he picked up a chocolate flake and ate it - the first thing he had ever eaten since birth. ( lowes )
BOY WHO LIVES JUST ON CHOCOLATE FLAKES AFTER NOT EATING FOR 9 YEARS.
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WHEN our 19th wedding anniversary was looming, I knew I wasn’t going to be stuck for ideas this year for a present to get my husband Keith. I was about to give him the ultimate gift anyone could give another person - the gift of life. Just days before our anniversary, I was going under the surgeons knife to donate my own kidney to Keith. When my kidney was put into him, he was absolutely thrilled and told me it was the best present I could have ever given him. ( woods )
I GAVE MY HUSBAND A KIDNEY FOR OUR WEDDING ANNIVERSARY.
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My sister Vicci and I had always been close growing up. But when I needed a lifesaving bone marrow transplant, Vicci was desperate to help. ‘Let me be your donor Clare,’ she pleaded. ‘Let me help you.’ So Vicci selflessly underwent a procedure to take her own stem cells out of her body, and they were put into my body. It was my only chance to beat leukaemia. ( strain )
SISTER SAVES SISTER'S LIFE TWICE FROM LEUKAEMIA
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The words were burning into my ears. I’d switched on the radio and I was listening to a woman talking about kidney transplants. Her own son had died seven years previously and she had decided to donate his organs because he’d carried a donor card. But I couldn’t get the date of the accident out of my head - the 28th October 1984. It was only a couple of days before a kidney donor had been found for me. My first kidney transplant had failed and I had been put back on the list. Then at the end of October 1984, I’d got the call that we’d been waiting for. A kidney donor had been found. But this boy had died at the same hospital that I knew my kidney had come from - Hereford General Hospital. Surely it was too much of a coincidence. ( betty )
MY SONS KIDNEY GAVE HER HER DAUGHTERS
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Just a few days after my world fell apart after I was diagnosed with cancer, the doctor called me back into his office. ‘I have some more news for you,’ he said. My heart sank. I couldn’t take any more bad news. Trying to come to terms with having cancer at the age of 35 was bad enough. But the doctor’s news was shocking - and completely unexpected. ‘You’re pregnant,’ he said. I could only gasp at him. My husband Garnett, 33, and I had been trying for a couple of years to start a family and nothing had happened. I had started to think that perhaps I would never be a mum at all. But now I was being told I was actually pregnant, after all these months of trying. But it was just a few days after I’d been told I had cancer. ( bell )
I HAD TO SURVIVE CANCER SO MY BABY COULD LIVE - BUT NOW SHE MAY BE INFERTILE.
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The doctors words were ringing in my ears. ‘I’m very sorry, but you have cancer.’ I just couldn’t believe it was happening. Not so soon after losing my youngest sister Sue to a brain tumour. We had only lost Sue wo years before. Now me. ‘What am I going to tell mum,’ I whispered to my husband Stuart, 43. ( gasson , twins )
MY SISTER SAVED ME FROM LEUKAEMIA - AFTER WE LOST ANOTHER SISTER TO BRAIN TUMOUR
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