Despite losing his sight to cancer, eight-year-old Kelsey Trevett, eight, has refused to let blindness restrict him, becoming a champion for the rights of other disabled youngsters.
She lost her legs when she was a baby because of meningitis but Levana has never let that hold her back.
After a month in a coma and having to learn to walk again, 12-year-oldJake Peach is determined to help other young cancer patients.
At just nine-years-old, Nathan Thomson saved his mother from a crazed attacker who broke into the family home intent on killing her.
Diabetic Aubrina Ashton relies on four injections a day to keep her blood sugar from plummeting and sending her into a life-threatening coma.
Tilly suffers from a muscle-wasting illness that leaves her physically unable to do everyday things most people take for granted.
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