Rugby player who shattered his kidney in FOUR places and had injuries 'worse than a 70mph' car crash makes miracle recovery Kieran O'Connor, 22, was accidentally kneed in the back by a rival playerLost six pints of blood during emergency surgery to remove the organCan now never play rugby again as only has one kidney remaining By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 18:17 GMT, 12 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:24 GMT, 13 March 2013 An innocuous rugby tackle led to Kieran O'Connor suffering kidney injuries worse than a '70mph car crash victim' A rugby player has made a miraculous recovery after shattering his kidney in four places following an innocuous tackle.
Howzat Former England batsman claims MISTLETOE injections cured cancer that should have killed him five years agoTreatment has been widely used in Europe – particularly in GermanyChristmassy plant may contain compounds that affect leukaemia cells There is still scepticism in the UK, however | UPDATED: 16:20 GMT, 25 September 2012 Miraculous recovery: Ex-England batsman John Edrich claims he recovered from cancer thanks to extracts of mistletoe A former international cricketer who was diagnosed with a rare and incurable form of leukaemia claims scientists saved his life using mistletoe.
Baby who suffered massive stroke after 'ticking time bomb' blood clot burst in brain makes miracle recovery Jacob was born with a group of malformed blood vessels in his brain, which burst when he was two weeks oldParents could only watch and wait as surgeons battled to save him.
'I feel like we've won the lottery': Pregnant woman who refused cancer treatment to save unborn baby makes miraculous recovery Jo Powell, 41, discovered lump in her breast days after finding out she was pregnant with first child | UPDATED: 22:05 GMT, 28 August 2012 Miracle babes: Jo Powell risked her own life by refusing treatment for breast cancer during her pregnancy with son Jake It is a decision no expectant mother should have to face.
Girl, 23, makes amazing recovery after surgeons remove tumour the size of two grapefruits Having cancer put my life into perspective, says student | UPDATED: 16:00 GMT, 23 April 2012 A brave student told of her miraculous recovery after surgeons removed a tumour the size of two grapefruits.
Gorging on chocolate is not always bad for you: Teenager with liver disease life is saved by junk food The 16-year-old was told she had just months to live without a liver transplantStuns doctors after high calorie diet, including chocolate, crisps and biscuits put her on the road to recovery Sweet tooth: Teenager Elle Wilkinson was told that she could die within six months because of a liver condition but is on the road to recovery after gorging on chocolate A teenager who was told she could die in six months if she failed to get a liver transplant has defied the odds after she was saved by gorging on chocolate.