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After her mother was murdered, Natalia Aggiano chose to give one of her own kidneys to save a stranger’s life, in an astonishing legacy of love.

 

Scarred for life in a horrific acid attack organised by her violent ex, Katie Piper battled back to inspire millions of young women.

 

Sleeping next to overflowing bins behind an inner city hostel, Jay Kamiraz thought his life was over, at just 17.

 

Corporal Carl Taylor put his life on the line twice by running across open ground in a hail of bullets to save the lives of three children in Afghanistan during an intense firefight with Taliban insurgents.

 

ARMED with paper, colouring pencils and a big dose of cheeky charm, Jack has raised almost £30,000 for the hospital that looked after his little brother Noah, after coming up with a unique fundraising scheme when he was just six.

Cerebral palsy sufferer Jack Carroll refuses to let his ­condition hold him back. Instead he uses stand-up comedy to laugh in the face of it, inspiring thousands of other disabled children.

 

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