Ebola patient escapes Liberia quarantine, chased in market
A patient suffering from the deadly Ebola virus leaves quarantine in Monrovia and searches for food at a local market before being caught by doctors and forced back into an ambulance while scared and angry crowds watch. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Artur and Heitor Rocha playing outside in Goiania, Brazil in December 2013. Surgeons are preparing for major surgery to separate five-year-old conjoined twin boys. Brothers Artur and Heitor Rocha are joined at the pelvis and have three legs between them. The boys, from Bahia, Brazil, currently share intestines, a bladder, a liver and genitals, which will be divided out during the surgery. The boys will be separated at the hips and each will be left with just one leg – with the third leg being used for vital skin grafts. Artur and Heitor's story appears in Body Bizarre, which starts this Thursday, 4th September, at 9pm on TLC.
A brave man born with physical disabilities so severe his head is upside-down has defied the odds to become an inspirational speaker. Claudio Vieira de Oliveira, 37, has badly deformed legs, almost no use of his arms and hands - and his neck is folded back on itself. Doctors told his mother to stop feeding him as a newborn as they believed he had no chance of survival. But Claudio from Monte Santo, Brazil, has overcome his extreme disadvantages to graduate as an accountant and become a public speaker. Claudio's story appears in Body Bizarre, which starts from 4th September, 9pm on TLC