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Sharon Stone's Near Death Experience
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Sharon Stone's Near Death Experience

Sharon Stone - Every Death Is A Rebirth Video

"I woke up and I was like, "What's going on?" This young intern said, "I'm taking you to surgery." I'm like, "What surgery?" He's like, "Brain surgery. I'm taking you to brain surgery. It's exploratory brain surgery." This entire time, I've been hemorrhaging into my back, my head, my face, my spine and now my brain was shoved up into the front of my face. The artery was just hanging by a thread and they had to make an instant decision.

Everybody got together and they decided that the most advanced technique and the most modern thing was the 22 platinum coils in my head in replacement of the artery. Then I had to learn to walk, hear, write, talk, remember and everything all over again.


It's like being a phoenix. I was burned to the ground. Everything that I had been before, I thought, "I'm not any of those things anymore." Everything got richer for me through this experience. Everything got better for me through this experience. It was like starting over. Every death is a rebirth."

- Sharon Stone

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