Against all the odds: The amazing recovery of Patrick “the miracle” Pit Bull one year after being left for dead in a trash chute

The dog who came back from the dead:Amazing recovery of Patrick the pit bull after he was dumped in a trash chute An emaciated Pit Bull discovered at the bottom of a trash chute in Newark last year moments before the trash compactor would have killed him, has made a miraculous recovery and now weighs a healthy 50lbs.

Hope for paralysed patients as stem cell jab restores feeling to patients with damaged spines

Hope for paralysed patients as stem cell jab restores feeling to patients with damaged spines By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:03 GMT, 4 September 2012 | UPDATED: 07:38 GMT, 5 September 2012 Patients with broken spines have reported having feeling restored to areas that had previously been paralysed, after receiving stem cell injections.

American Airlines “refused family their first class seats because captain claimed their Downs syndrome son was being disruptive”

Family film the moment American Airlines “refused them their first class seats because their son has Down”s Syndrome”Family was told that their 16-year-old son with Downs syndrome was being disruptiveParents disagreed and said that the American Airlines pilot was uncomfortable with the boy”s disability and didn”t want him in first classThe family is now threatening to sue the airline

Stem cell jab

Hope for paralysed patients as stem cell jab restores feeling to patients with damaged spines By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:03 GMT, 4 September 2012 | UPDATED: 17:03 GMT, 4 September 2012 Patients with broken spines have reported having feeling restored to areas that had previously been paralysed, after receiving stem cell injections.

Woman diagnosed with cancer – after her dog won"t stop pawing at her breast

Woman diagnosed with cancer – after her dog won't stop pawing at her breast Mrs Rawlinson discovered a lump after her dog kept nuzzling her breastShe has received chemotherapy and will have the tumour removed soon | UPDATED: 12:02 GMT, 26 July 2012 A woman has hailed her pet dog as a 'guardian angel' after it sniffed out a cancerous lump growing in her breast.