Hospital miracles

Funeral Called Off

Family members had gathered to say their good-byes; a funeral was being planned. It was 2008 and 65-year-old Rae Kupferschmidt had sustained a massive cerebral hemorrhage so severe that there was no hope for her survival, no matter how slim. According to the Star Tribune, doctors at United Hospital in St. Paul, Minn., could not detect any brain activity..

The family had Rae taken off life support and brought her home to die. But things didn’t go as expected, and within a few hours of returning home, Rae began sucking on ice cubes and responding to simple questions.

Emergency surgery was performed to drain the blood. After recuperating, Rae went home with the ability to walk and talk, and determined to live her remaining days to the fullest.

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