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THERE are 87 children and teenagers waiting for a donor organ transplant in the UK and Republic of Ireland. The NHS has teamed up with Boots to give an easy way of joining the donor scheme. Customers with a Boots Advantage card can have the organ donor symbol instantly printed on to their cards by machines inside branches, or visit www.nhs.uk/organdonor
A MUM has come up with the idea of a nanny night service to give other tired mothers a good night's sleep. For pounds 60 a night, plus joining fee of pounds 150, Anastasia Cooke will arrange for a nanny to arrive at 9pm and leave at 7am next morning. Call 020 7731 6168.
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|Publication:||Sunday Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Feb 18, 2001|
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