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Now that's a fighter! Wrestling fan, 11, battles through 30 brain operations while training to be junior referee Callum has beaten meningitis twice and overcome a brain haemorrhageTrained to become a junior wrestling referee and feels it is the one place he is truly acceptedFamily raising 10,000 to take Callum to U.S for pioneering treatment | UPDATED: 14:52 GMT, 28 November 2012 An 11-year-old wrestling fan has proved he's a real fighter after enduring 30 brain operations.
Say la not aah! Musical dentist's drill for nervous patients Indonesian dental surgeon came up with unusual musical tool after realising children feared the drillThe drill is plugged into an MP3 player and patients hear louder music when they open their mouths | UPDATED: 15:14 GMT, 3 October 2012 Nearly all of us have experienced the familiar butterflies when it's time for the dreaded trip to the dentist.
Mother-of-four 'two weeks from death' has emergency surgery after her brain becomes riddled with tapeworm larvae Miss Taylor contracted a parasitic disease of the nervous system in 2009 The mother-of-four is fighting to get a new home after her neurologist said climbing stairs to her council flat is endangering her health | UPDATED: 16:56 GMT, 20 September 2012 A mother-of-four had emergency surgery after her brain became riddled with tapeworm larvae.
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Kitty went to school feeling unwell – by lunchtime she'd lost the use of her legs: TV host Lucy Alexander tells how a rare disease left her young daughter confined to a wheelchair | UPDATED: 13:39 GMT, 5 August 2012 When Lucy Alexander’s daughter Kitty said she felt ill one morning, her mother assumed it wasn’t anything serious.
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Look away now! Why turning your head really does take the sting out of injections | UPDATED: 06:37 GMT, 16 May 2012 It is age old advice handed down by school nurses to generations of children receiving their regular jabs.
Woman with rare condition to have baby even though labour could trigger a lifetime of pain Pregnant woman has complex regional pain syndrome which causes chronic pain and swelling following a minor injury | UPDATED: 12:07 GMT, 11 May 2012 Debbie Mills with her partner Dan Hamlett are worried giving birth could make Debbie's chronic pain condition worse A young mother-to-be who was told she would never become pregnant due to a rare condition has decided to keep her miracle baby even though the birth could leave her experiencing labour-like pains forever.
Tantrums and tragedy: Brothers, 39 and 42, suffering from 'Benjamin Button syndrome' regress to the age of 10Brothers have terminal leukodystrophy – it is so rare there are only 100 people affected in the whole of the UK | UPDATED: 13:46 GMT, 30 April 2012 Two brothers have developed an age-reversing disease, which has abruptly halted their adulthood and instead leaves them behaving like young children.