At age forty-one—and physically the picture of health and wellness—Nancy suddenly became deathly ill and underwent an emergent liver transplant. Pronounced clinically dead twice during the surgery, her medical team wondered if she would ever be the same cognitively, especially after experiencing significant medical complications that resulted in her undergoing emergency brain surgery while in a two-month-long coma. When she awoke, she was unable to move or speak and had to go to rehabilitation to learn to stand, walk and take care of herself once again. Miraculously, that extensive rehab left her with no residual effects—but the experience did irrevocably change her life and her message to audiences.

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