Mother"s anguish after police admit they kept her dead son"s brain in storage for 13 years

Mother's anguish after police admit they kept her dead son's brain in storage for 13 years Rhys Cheevers' brain was held at Southampton General Hospital after he died just two days oldHis mother Hannah says two police officers knocked on her door 'totally out of the blue' with the news By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 12:01 GMT, 22 February 2013 | UPDATED: 02:51 GMT, 23 February 2013 A mother has told of her agony when she discovered police kept her baby’s brain for 13 years.

BBC newsreader Jane Hill on the anguish of losing her father to Parkinson"s – and how YOU can spot the warning signs

'Suddenly Dad's body just seized up': BBC newsreader Jane Hill on the anguish of losing her father to Parkinson's – and how YOU can spot the warning signs | UPDATED: 22:02 GMT, 22 December 2012 From the tone in her mother’s voice, Jane Hill knew the phone call brought bad news.

Parents of girl, 9, assumed her leg ache was growing pains – in fact their daughter had bone cancer

'Our little girl's “growing pains” were actually cancer': Parents' anguish as daughter, 9, nearly loses leg to deadly bone tumour Hannah had a 22cm tumour growing in her left leg, causing her a huge amount of painNine-year-old underwent four weeks of chemotherapyBrave youngster has donated her cancerous femur to science | UPDATED: 13:54 GMT, 15 October 2012 A couple have revealed how their nine year old girl nearly lost her leg to bone cancer after doctors initially thought she had simply pulled a muscle.

Retts Syndrome: Girl who will never "grow up" as cruel syndrome throws development into reverse

The girl who will never grow up: Parents reveal anguish over cruel syndrome that reverses daughter's development and means she won’t ever be able to walk or talk Aimee can no longer walk or talk and has no control over her handsRett syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects one in 12,000 females | UPDATED: 12:08 GMT, 31 August 2012 A four-year-old girl has become an ambassador for a new campaign – to help cure children like her who are robbed of the chance of growing up.