Toddler enjoys first family Christmas at home after having ELEVEN tumours removed from all over her body Lily Atkinson, 2, was diagnosed with cancer neuroblastoma a week before her first birthdayTumours spread to her skull, arms, legs, spine, pelvis and chestAfter undergoing eight rounds of chemotherapy she is now strong enough to enjoy Christmas with all her family | UPDATED: 18:24 GMT, 14 December 2012 A brave two-year-old girl who battled with multiple tumours all over her body is to enjoy her first real family Christmas at home.
Mother's battle to raise £250,000 so her daughter, 3, with deadly brain tumour can have pioneering treatment in the U.S Caoimhe Neeson has been diagnosed with a fast-growing brain tumourNeeds radiation to kill remaining cancer cells after surgery but the only type available in the UK could leave her mentally impairedMother Joe-Anne desperately trying to raise funds for specialist treatment in the US | UPDATED: 17:32 GMT, 12 October 2012 Caoimhe Neeson, 3, pictured with mother Joe-Anne, has been diagnosed with a fast-growing, malignant brain tumour A mother is desperately trying to raise £250,000 for an operation in the U.S.
Tiny rollers that keep a bad back flexible | UPDATED: 21:06 GMT, 16 July 2012 A tiny ‘roller’ inserted in the spine may be a new way to treat back pain.
Boy, 6, with cerebral palsy takes first steps after family raise 50,000 for life-changing surgery in America Operation involves cutting the nerves in the spine to release the spasticity (tension) in AJs muscles | UPDATED: 09:10 GMT, 18 June 2012 A little boy born with cerebral palsy has taken his first steps just days after a life-changing operation in America.
“I am just ill, I am not a monster”: Chinese mother-of-two disfigured by seven tumours on her face but she cannot afford to have them removed
Sports teacher who was told he would never walk again after snowboarding accident defies doctors by running half marathon and getting back on the slopes Mike Siddall was paralysed when he fell while training to be an instructorSpecialists told him he would probably be wheelchair-bound for life He has just completed the Great Manchester Run despite losing his dexterity and sensitivity to temperatures | UPDATED: 14:19 GMT, 6 June 2012 A sports teacher who faced life in a wheelchair after a snowboarding accident has defied doctors' dire predictions by learning to walk, run and board again.
Surgery and drugs couldn't fix my 13 years of crippling back pain.
New prostate cancer drug that could help to protect bones from disease approved by NHS | UPDATED: 02:40 GMT, 30 March 2012 Good news: A new drug that protects the bones of patients undergoing prostate cancer treatment is to be approved for use on the NHS A new drug that protects the bones of patients undergoing prostate cancer treatment is to be approved for use on the NHS.
Intense back pain and brittle bones at just 29 – all because I had a baby Reaching into the back of the car, Georgina Howard unclipped the baby seat and lifted it towards her.
Exposed: How patients are dying needlessly from bedsores and the hospitals where you're most at risk Pamela Goddard, an 82-year-old music teacher who conducted an amateur choir, had battled breast cancer for 50 years.