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AKEHURST b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-03-15 published
COOK / FINLAYSON -- Craig and Brigid are pleased to announce the safe and happy arrival of Sebastian Michael Finlayson COOK (8 pounds 14 ozs.) in Kingston-on-Thames at 8: 18 a.m., on March 11, 2003. Sebastian is a brother for Matilda and Calum, the sixth grandchild for Michael and Ann, the third grandchild for Judy and Andrew, and the fourth for David and Carol. Sebastian's birth will be celebrated by his great-grandmothers Lillith FINLAYSON and Joyce AKEHURST in Melbourne, and Kay COVENTRY in Toronto. Sebastian is a new nephew for Joel, Simon and Christy, and is a step-nephew for Matthew, Stephanie and Abby, and is the latest (not last) addition to the cousinage of Wyatt, Avery, Jessica and Finn.

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AKERFLUG b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-11-08 published
PEDVIS / EICHLER -- Randi and Lloyd and big brothers Matthew and Joshua are thrilled to announce the new member of their family, Evan Jared, born September 30, 2003, weighing 8 pounds 12 ozs. Excited grandparents are Doris and Jack EICHLER, Brenda PEDVIS and the late Lorne PEDVIS who is sadly missed at this time. Delighted great grandmother is Gittel AKERFLUG. Evan is named in loving memory of his great grandmother Eta EICHLER. Evan is welcomed by his many aunts, uncles and cousins. Special thanks to staff at York Central Hospital.

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AKERS b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2003-09-20 published
LALE, Tyler Ryan
Ryan and Sandy (DELEEMANS,) and big brother Matthew are pleased to announce the birth of Tyler Ryan on September 12, 2003 at 12: 22 pm weighing 9 pounds 10 oz. Proud grandparents are Debbie and Ken AKERS, Jenny and Larry DELEEMANS and Tom and Jayne LALE. Also welcoming Tyler are great-grandmothers Donna BOND and Antoinette DELEEMANS and great-great-grandmother, Meme.

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AKHTAR b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2005-05-07 published
WENIGE, Riley Cadence
Brad and Tammy are thrilled to announce the safe arrival of their daughter, Riley Cadence, born April 27th, 2005 at 7: 30 p.m., weighing 8 pounds 10 oz. Proud family are Nan and Grampy (Sandy and Mike WENIGE,) Aunt Kristen, cousins Justine and Jillian, Great-grandma Bev CARVER and Grandma Ruth WILSON. Special thanks to Dr. AKHTAR, Dr. USHER and the rest of the staff at London Health Sciences Centre.

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AKHTAR b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-04-08 published
SOAN, Karyce Michelle
Andy and Lynsi are excited to announce the birth of their daughter Karyce Michelle on March 6, 2006 weighing 6 pounds 6 oz. Proud Grandparents are Ted and Greta SOAN, Barb HUFFMAN and Ken HUFFMAN all of London. A very special thank you goes to Doctor J. HOLLETT- CAINES and Doctor S. AKHTAR for their role in the delivery and o.b. care. Also thanks to the staff in Critical Care Trauma Centre for their excellent care for Mom.

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AKHTAR b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-01-06 published
LANG, Cameron Peter
Stuart and Cindy are pleased to announce the safe and healthy arrival of Cameron Peter, December 21st 2006, 7 lbs 12 oz at London Health Sciences Centre Victoria Campus. A baby brother to Laura and Gregory. Grandson to Marilyn and Don ARSCOTT of Kincardine, John and Gisele BILLONE of Hamilton and Peter LANG of White Rock, British Columbia. Special thanks to Doctor POWER, Nurse Meagan and the team at London Health Sciences Centre University Campus for their care and support as well as Doctor AKHTAR and the clinic nurses at Victoria Campus for their excellent prenatal care.

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AKKAD b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-09-27 published
Miracle baby gives men pregnant pause
Infant who grew outside uterus boosts theory that males can give birth
By Omar EL AKKAD, With reports from Elizabeth SSAINTILIP and Avis FAVARO of CTV News, Tuesday, September 27, 2005, Page A17
Until Lia THARBY finally gave birth, doctors did not know what was going on inside her body. If they had, they would have advised terminating her pregnancy.
But test after test failed to show that the fetus was growing outside her uterus, a condition so rare only four similar births have been documented worldwide. The situation is extremely risky, endangering the lives of both mother and baby because of the great potential for complications.
On April 30, Ms. THARBY gave birth to her daughter, Emylea, at 33 weeks. It was only during the vertical caesarean section that doctors discovered the umbilical cord was attached to the outside of the uterus. Emylea had grown in her mother's abdominal cavity, her skull flattened slightly from butting Ms. THARBY's liver.
The baby's survival, while being described as miraculous, also lends credibility to a theory almost universally relegated to the realm of science fiction: that any human, woman or man, can give birth.
Researchers theorize that a fetus can grow in the abdominal cavity if the placenta manages to latch on to an organ capable of sustaining it. The risk of failure is great, but the process is possible.
"This is nature's experimentation," said Victor HAN, chair of the division of neonatal-perinatal medicine at St. Joseph's Health Care in London, Ontario, where Ms. THARBY, 28, gave birth.
If the appropriate conditions are created and the right hormones produced, any person can conceive, he said. But, he added, if the placenta latched on to an organ such as the liver, the organ could malfunction or a major hemorrhage could occur. The uterus is a far better candidate because its purpose is reproduction, he said.
Emylea has a dislocated hip and two club feet, but bears no other signs of her unconventional route from conception to birth. The outcome has stunned and delighted not just her parents, Ms. THARBY and Todd MILLER, but also doctors at St. Joseph's.
"You can say that Emylea eluded physicians from being diagnosed properly as being outside the uterus," Dr. HAN said. "If the diagnosis had happened early on, Emylea would not have made it through," he added, noting the pregnancy likely would have been terminated because of the risk to the mother.
He hailed the event as important for researchers because of the light it could shed on this rare type of pregnancy, known as extrauterine.
It was not a physically pleasant experience for Ms. THARBY, who had been warned her first pregnancy could be uncomfortable but had no idea what was in store.
"It felt like razors cutting me up from inside every time she moved," she said of the severe abdominal pain she suffered. The pain got worse as Emylea grew. It was only after Ms. THARBY gave birth that doctors realized the baby had been slowly putting more pressure on her mother's liver.
Three ultrasounds had shown no sign of the extrauterine pregnancy.
Unlike most ectopic, or "out of place," pregnancies, in which a fertilized egg becomes implanted outside the uterus in a Fallopian tube, an extrauterine pregnancy can develop without the fetus bursting the organ that contains it. However, the condition is so rare that doctors did not consider the possibility Ms. THARBY had it.
In hindsight, she is thrilled the problem was not discovered, which likely would have meant ending the pregnancy.
"I felt extremely lucky that they didn't know what was wrong."
Emylea, who arrived weighing four pounds, 13 ounces, dislocated both hips at birth. One hip popped back into place, but she will need surgery to repair the other. Her parents are also massaging her feet daily to try to align her heels. Ms. THARBY said Emylea does not appear to feel pain from her physical problems, and she is confident the baby will be completely normal.
Ms. THARBY, however, can no longer bear children because doctors had to remove some of her reproductive organs.
The story of Emylea, she said, has overwhelmed her at times.
"I find that I believe in miracles a lot more now than I did before. I remember I was praying to God every night, because I was scared I was going to lose her. But he answered my prayers, because she's here with me today."

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AKKERMAN b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-11-03 published
AKKERMAN, Grant Berend
Otto and Alison (née March) are thrilled to announce the safe arrival of Grant Berend on October 15th at 12: 01 a.m. Big brother Robert and sister Avery are very excited! Proud grandparents are Mary Lou MARCH of Toronto and Bill and Gerrie AKKERMAN of Stellarton, Nova Scotia Especially missed at this time is the late Robert MARCH. Many thanks to all at Women's College who helped bring us this extra special gift.

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AKOURY b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2005-07-16 published
OMARALI / VELOS
Zenobia and Bill (Nabil) are thrilled to announce the arrival of Adam Unus Yianni Omarali on Friday June 17, 2005 at 5: 20 p.m., weighing 8 pounds , 6 oz. Proud Grandparents are the late Al Hajj Dr. Unus OMARALI, who is lovingly remembered, Hajin Phirosa OMARALI, and Georgia Agnos VELOS. Adam is welcomed by Uncles, Haider, Dr. Iqbal OMARALI and Aunt, Dr. Pamela VELOS, and cousins. Special thanks to Dr. H. AKOURY and the Staff at Women's College.

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AKOURY b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-03-25 published
BILIC / WILSON
Daniel and Karin are happy to announce the birth of their son Marko on Friday, March 3, 2006, weighing 7 pounds , 2 oz. Marko is welcomed by big sister Winsley, proud grandparents Marko and Lidija BILIC, great aunts Rita and De, aunts Kim and Tanja, uncle Slaven and cousins Caleb and Angela. Special thanks to Doctor AKOURY and nursing staff at Women's College Hospital.

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AKOURY b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-03-29 published
LANTHIER / SINCLAIR
Kateri and Gregory are thrilled to announce the early arrival of William James Alexander Sinclair, on March 12, 2008. A little brother for Nicholas and Julia -- the final installment of a trilogy! William is the sixth grandchild for Irene and Robert SINCLAIR, and the seventh for Jim LANTHIER. The late Jane LANTHIER is much missed. Aunts, uncles, cousins, Friends and colleagues welcome baby Will. Our deepest thanks to the staff at Women's College Hospital, especially Doctor Rose KUNG, Doctor H. AKOURY, Doctor Rebecca CASH, Doctor Lyn ZOLIS, Doctor Herb WONG, and nurses Maja SMVZLIC, Melissa JOYCE and Mary Lynn GOSWAMI.

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AKOURY b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-04-26 published
COULOMBE -- James, Alison (née HENDY,) and brother Nicholas are delighted to announce the arrival of Mira Alison Caron on April l9th, 2003 weighing 7 pounds Our little miracle is here because of our wonderful team. A special thank you to Dr. DHARMALINGAM and our specialists at Mount Sinai Hospital: Dr. AKOURY, Dr. C. MAXWELL, Dr. S. EZZAT, Dr. M. PIERSANTI, Dr. A. DACKIW and Jo Anne NOBLE. We have been blessed with a healthy baby girl because of the love and support from Friends, family and outstanding doctors.

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AKOURY b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-07-12 published
PERRON / VAIKLA -- Pierre and Silvia are thrilled to announce the arrival of Genevieve's little brother, Marc-Andre Sebastien. Marc-Andre was born on June 14th, 2003 at 9: 51 a.m., and weighed 8 pounds 6.6 oz. Many thanks to Dr. BARRETT, Dr. AKOURY and the nursing staff at Women's College Hospital.

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AKOURY b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-09-13 published
URBACH, Allison Wendy -- David, Stacey (VARKUL,) Natalie and Jeremy welcome their daughter and baby sister Allison Wendy born on August 2, 2003. Granddaughter for Gillian and Joe VARKUL and Flo and Gerry URBACH. Niece for Jonathan, Mark, Nomi, Joanna, Ruth, Lisa, Andy and Shevi. Proud great-grandparents are Dorothy SHOOLMAN and Helen URBACH. Special thanks to Doctors HERER and AKOURY and nurses Cheryl and Leigh at Women's College Hospital.

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AKOURY b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-11-08 published
BACHAN, Ani -- David and Denise (née APOSTOLOV) are thrilled to announce the birth of their daughter Ani, born on November 6, 2003. Sister Naomi and grand parents Rose, Vasco, Verna and David are excited. Many thanks to Dr. AKOURY, nurse Palmer and the staff at Women's College Hospital.

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AKOURY b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-11-09 published
BACHAN, Ani -- David Michael and Denise (née APOSTOLOV) are thrilled to announce the birth of their daughter Ani, born on November 6, 2003. Sister Naomi, brothers Kyle and Paul and grandparents Rose, Vasco, Verna and David are excited. Many thanks to Auntie Sally, Dr. AKOURY, Nurse Palmer and the staff at Women's College Hospital.

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AKOURY b@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2003-11-12 published
RACZKA, Andrew Joseph Stefan and Alexander Joseph William -- Who says that dreams do not come true? Joseph and Barbara (HEPDITCH) are ecstatic to announce the early arrival of their precious twin boys on October 23, 2003. Andrew Joseph Stefan was born first at 12: 39 a.m. weighing 2 pounds , 11 oz., followed by Alexander Joseph William at 12: 42 a.m. weighing 3 pounds , 1 oz. Thrilled first time grandparents are Bill and Alice HEPDITCH of Sutton and second time grandparents are Stanley and Florence RACZKA of Scarborough. A very special thank-you to Dr. Hani AKOURY and his team at Sunnybrook & Women's College Hospital for his excellent prenatal care. We also appreciate the exceptional care provided by the Women's College Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in quickly nursing our sons back to health. We would like to thank all our Friends and relatives for their support and prayers in making our dream become a reality. Mommy and Daddy will now have permanent golf partners.

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AKTAR b@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-01-13 published
LAWRENCE, Carter Allan
Sean and Erin (PARKER) and big brother Logan are thrilled to announce the birth of Carter Allan who was born at London Health Sciences Centre on December 12th, 2006, weighing 8 lbs 10 oz. Special thanks to Doctor AKTAR, Carol and her lovely "assistant" Bev, and Doctor POWER who I can't thank enough.

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