A lesson in humanity: Teacher donates a kidney to the eight-year-old pupil she calls her 'sunshine girl'Wendy Killian is a teacher at Mansfield Christian School, Ohio She has vowed to donate one of her organs to eight year old NicoleIt comes after her own son was saved by a blood platelet donor She said she is 'nobody special' just a 'wife, a mummy and a teacher' By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 10:43 GMT, 14 March 2013 | UPDATED: 18:35 GMT, 14 March 2013 When teacher Wendy Killian's young son was in desperate need of a platelet donation, a donor stepped in to save his life.
“You”re very brave, and very handsome”: Kate brings a smile to the face of terminally-ill boy when she gives him a birthday card at hospiceLeukaemia patient, 15, postpones badly-needed blood transfusion so he could meet KateThe Duchess signs his birthday card and tells him he is “very, very brave” and “very handsome” Royal couple toured a hospice in the Malaysian capital before Kate addressed staff and patientsShe praised the work of Hospis Malaysia and said she and William were “hugely excited” to be in the country The Royal couple arrived in Kuala Lumpur on a scheduled Malaysian Airlines flight from SingaporeThey were met by the British High Commissioner to Malaysia and were greeted by scores of well-wishers
JLS saved my daughter”s life! Mother reveals how music tracks and meeting pop idols helped sick teen pull through Boy band member Aston Merrygold called Leah at hospital to help her through her lowest ebb”Without them I just don”t know how Leah would have pulled through,” mother says A schoolgirl who came close to death after she was treated for suspected appendicitis, pulled through thanks to her favourite boy band. Leah Price, 15, had her appendix removed in March 2011