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To lose a friend to cancer while battling the disease yourself is unimaginably hard for any young person. But to take inspiration from this and set out to raise £150,000 to help other children with cancer is remarkable.


Brave Lydia Cross has battled against the killer disease meningitis, but still thinks of others by helping to raise crucial awareness of its deadly symptoms.


To battle through cancer and suffer the heartbreak of losing a best friend to the disease is horrendous - but to write a guide to help other children cope with cancer is truly inspirational.


To battle against cancer at any age is horrendous - but to survive it, suffer the heartbreak of losing a best friend and yet still think of others at Katy Miles's tender years defies belief.


Little Ollie Cartwright is the true face of courage after enduring 130 major operations to remodel his skull - and save his life.


Eight-year-old Hope Farrelly became Britain's youngest midwife when she delivered her baby brother at home. Little Hope was fast asleep in bed when she heard her mum, Melissa, screaming her name in the middle of the night.


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