Famous for her role in iconic eighties drama Howard's Way, actress and model Sally Farmiloe, 59, was dealt a devastating blow when, in May 2012, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She underwent surgery and believed she had beaten the disease.
However, just over a year later, she was rushed back into hospital weak, frail, and dangerously ill. This time she was confronted with the heartbreaking news that the cancer had spread to her bones and liver, it was incurable.
Determined to fight the disease with every ounce of her strength, Sally has clawed her way back from the brink of death on several occasions. She joins us now to tell us more about her incredible determination to enjoy every last second of her life.
King of the cosmos Russell Grant is back and this week he's casting his astrological eye over some more viewers' dilemmas, difficulties and decisions. First up, called Sam wonders if she'll ever be lucky in love.
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Georgia Rankin might have been introduced as Britain's tiniest teen, but she made a BIG impression in the TM studios as her sunny personality lit up a Thursday morning.
Fifteen-year-old Georgia Rankin is thought to be Britain's smallest teenager at 2ft 8 (80cm).
She was born with a rare form of skeletal dysplasia, also known as dwarfism. Her bones fused together when she was a toddler and she will never grow any bigger.
While she is in constant pain from the condition, Georgia remains optimistic and cheerful. She joins us alongside her mum, Andrea to tell us why height is only a number - and one which she won't let get her down...
Having seen her first husband succumb to Huntington's, Heather Pratten knew the disease's devastating effects only too well. So when her son Nigel began suffering with it, she was upset but unsurprised by his desire to end his life.
On his 42nd birthday Nigel did just that, overdosing on heroin with Heather at his side. Several hours later and unable to watch him suffer any longer, Heather placed a pillow over Nigel's face, smothering him.
I thought 'this has to end'. I couldn't take it any longer. I put a pillow over his face. When I took it away, he was gone.
Initially charged with murder, she eventually pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting suicide. She has campaigned for a change in the law ever since and joins us now to tell her story, which also features in an emotive new book.
Assisted Dying: Who Makes The Final Decision? is out on March 6
Heather with @hollywills and @schofe after her appearance on @itvthismorning yesterday: http://www.itv.com/thismorning/hot-topics/i-helped-son-to-die-huntingtons-assisted-suicide … pic.twitter.com/1d2ZqH3JlJ