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Little heroes – Emily and Luke

Emily and her little brother Luke, who both star in Episode One of Paul O’Grady’s Little Heroes, were both born with cystic fibrosis – a life-long genetic condition where their bodies overproduce mucus that fills up their lungs and complicates other organs. They have been regularly attending Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) ever since they were born. Their mum, Juliet, shares their story…

First day at school for Ruby and Rosie

Twins Ruby and Rosie had complex separation surgery at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), just a day after they were born conjoined in July 2012. Now four years old, the girls will join the thousands of children from across the UK who are going to school for the very first time this September.

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Fairy Non Bio

Fairy Non Bio has teamed up with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Children’s Charity) to raise at least £150,000 to help seriously ill children.

Jarrad's story

Jarrad was seven months old when he first came to Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) after becoming very ill with meningitis. As a result, he lost his hearing and had his first cochlear implant fitted when he was two years old. In 2013, he decided to undergo surgery to have a second cochlear implant fitted on his other ear.

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Loving life - April's story

When April caught a cold at five months old, it triggered a heart attack – which revealed an undiagnosed heart condition. After surgery and spending time on a ventilator, April needed the help of the expert dieticians at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) to overcome a challenging aversion to food.
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