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07:35  14 june  2019
07:35  14 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey baby joy as hero Scot gives birth to twin boys © 2016 Getty Images EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND - SEPTEMBER 14: Nurse Pauline Cafferkey stands outside the Nursing and Midwifery Council following a hearing on September 14, 2016 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Scottish nurse who survived Ebola has been cleared of misconduct charges by the Nursing and Midwifery Council ,Pauline Cafferkey, was infected while working in Sierra Leone in 2014. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey, who twice beat Ebola, is celebrating the birth of twin boys.

Proud dad Robert Softley Gale, a disability campaigner, broke the news by posting a picture of himself with the newborn boys.

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Scots nurse Pauline Cafferkey is in a "stable" condition in a London hospital after being admitted for a third time since contracting Ebola . Scottish Health Secretary Shona Robison said: "I'd like to thank the expert NHS staff in Glasgow who have looked after her and helped with her transfer to the Royal

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Pauline bravely defied the illness that almost killed her by going through with the pregnancy, despite mystery remaining about how Ebola came back after she appeared to be cured in 2015.

The delivery of the healthy babies at Glasgow’s Queen Elizabeth University Hospital was announced by theatre director Robert, who posed with the boys, who had Pauline’s name on labels on their ankles.

The delivery of the twins on Tuesday appears to have gone perfectly, leading to Robert announcing on Tuesday morning on Facebook: “Hello world. Meet these two amazing boys. Born at 10.05 and 10.08 this morning – 5lb 14oz and 5lb 8oz. Mum and boys doing brilliantly. Names to follow.”

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Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey baby joy as hero Scot gives birth to twin boys © Internet Unknown/Daily Record Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey has had twin boys with proud dad Robert Softley Gale pictured with the babies And yesterday, Pauline, 43, told the Daily Record: “I would like to thank all the wonderful NHS staff who have helped me since I became ill in 2014 right through to having my babies this week.

“This shows that there is life after Ebola and there is a future for those who have encountered this disease.”

Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey baby joy as hero Scot gives birth to twin boys © Internet Unknown Proud dad Robert Softley Gale posted a picture of himself with the newborn boys Robert, who is renowned for his uncompromising treatment of disability on stage, followed up on Wednesday evening, posting a fresh picture of him with the twins.

He wrote: “Hello y’all. We’ve no idea who the guy holding us is but he seems to think we’re the best birthday present ever.”

Robert, who is gay and understood to be in a long-term relationship, received more than 400 comments congratulating him on the happy news – that came on his birthday.

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He previously hit the headlines five years ago when his 33rd birthday celebrations were cut short after he was barred from a Glasgow nightclub – but he subsequently won a discrimination case in court.

Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey baby joy as hero Scot gives birth to twin boys © Daily Record Pauline Cafferkey has thanked Three weeks before the births, Robert hinted at the pregnancy on his public Facebook page by asking for tips on buying books about parenting.

Pauline, a nurse of 16 years who had carried out aid work previously, travelled to Freetown, Sierra Leone, to volunteer at an Ebola treatment centre with Save the Children in 2014.

She returned to the UK on December 28 that year for what was supposed to be a break as part of a rotation system but she was struck down with the illness herself.

Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey baby joy as hero Scot gives birth to twin boys © Internet Unknown Pauline Cafferkey's newborn twin sons pictured in hospital

After her return to her flat in Cambuslang, near Glasgow, she dialled for help and emergency vehicles were dispatched.

She was taken to the specialist Brownlee Unit for Infectious Diseases on the Gartnavel Hospital campus in Glasgow, where she was put in isolation, before being flown on an RAF Hercules aircraft to the Royal Free Hospital in north London on December 30.

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Scots nurse Pauline Cafferkey is in a "stable" condition in a London hospital after being admitted for a third time since contracting Ebola . She was put on an RAF Hercules aircraft which took her to London where she was taken to the Royal Free Hospital. Ms Cafferkey was treated there twice in

Sister says nurse , currently in a serious condition with complications arising from Ebola virus, was sent home from GP out-of-hours clinic.

She battled for life and stabilised by early January, with doctors saying she was cured and not infectious.

But she was readmitted to hospital on three occasions – in October 2015, when she almost died, and in February and October 2016.

Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey baby joy as hero Scot gives birth to twin boys © PA Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey was infected with the virus while working in Sierra Leone

In 2016, the nurse was cleared of misconduct by the Nursing and Midwifery Council over allegations relating to her arrival in the UK in the early stages of her infection.

She had been accused of travelling home despite knowing she had a temperature and failing to disclose that she had taken paracetamol. She was cleared after the NMC accepted her conduct was affected by her suffering from the illness.

The recurrence of Ebola in Pauline’s system stunned specialists who believed she had seen off the virus. Doctors were particularly surprised that her condition ran out of control again, despite having the best of care in advanced UK hospitals, notably the Royal Free Hospital.

Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey baby joy as hero Scot gives birth to twin boys © PA Pauline Cafferkey is transported to an RAF Hercules aircraft at Glasgow Airport before she is flown to London for treatment for Ebola

Research into the killer illness is still not complete and new cases are being monitored constantly in order to counter any further outbreaks.

Award-winning writer, actor and director Robert is well known in the Scottish arts world and in 2014 struck a blow for disability rights when he successfully won a discrimination case after he was refused entry to the Polo Lounge in Glasgow.

A spokeswoman for the hospital said: “We are pleased to confirm, on behalf of Pauline Cafferkey and her partner, that she gave birth on Tuesday to healthy twin boys at a maternity unit within Greater Glasgow. Both mother and babies are doing well.

“No further details of the birth will be issued and we would appeal to the media to respect Pauline’s wish for her family’s privacy.”

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