Fabrice Muamba saved my life: Burnley footballer who went for screening after Bolton star's collapse discovers he too has deadly heart defectBurnley defender Jack Errington, 17, had life-threatening enlarged aorta He was prompted to undergo screening after Muamba's cardiac arrest Undiscovered cardiac conditions kill 12 people under 35 every week | UPDATED: 20:20 GMT, 12 December 2012 Fabrice Muamba's life-threatening cardiac arrest in the middle of an FA cup quarter-final match has helped save the life of another player.
Luck No, it was fabulous first aid that saved my life, says footballer Fabrice Muamba as he praises medics who brought him back from the brink of deathBolton Wanderers player was only given a five per cent chance to surviveFabrice Muamba has made a full recovery and thanks the emergency service staff's swift action <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 22:17 GMT, 24 November 2012 </p> <br><p>Of all people, one would expect Fabrice Muamba to believe in the power of luck.
Girl, 2, in brave battle against arthritis after being bedridden for months with mystery illnessBlaze Duckworth, of Bolton, Greater Manchester, needs injections to walkShe became ill last Christmas but was not diagnosed until April this year | UPDATED: 18:41 GMT, 15 October 2012 Jumping on a trampoline, Blaze Duckworth seems to be playing as happily as any two-year-old.
Mini-Muamba! Like soccer star, toddler makes a 'miraculous' recovery after his heart stops for 39 minutes | UPDATED: 01:08 GMT, 9 June 2012 When his heart stopped for 39 minutes, it seemed a lifetime to Zach Hilary’s mother.
Teenager who was told she was pregnant actually had a giant tumour… and can now NEVER have childrenThe teenager insisted it would be impossible for her to be pregnantGP told her mother that it is common for young girls to hide pregnancies from their familiesShe underwent a hysterectomy and chemotherapy to beat cancer At 16-years-old a girl was told by her GP that she was six months pregnant, but a scan later revealed the growth was actually a huge ovarian tumour.