Last summer, Felicia Gussman of North Texas caught an infection after a hospital visit.
"When I woke up I couldn't talk whatsoever," says Gussman.
Doctors told her husband she only had 48 hours to live. She lost her legs and a hand, but somehow survived.
Still, she had to overcome something else--she lost her voice. A vocal flap remained paralyzed after she woke from a coma.
She kept her faith, and one day when she awoke, her voice was back.
"I shouldn't really be here. I'm very blessed and lucky to still have a life," said Gussman.
With help from therapy, she is making great progress in her recovery.
And now, she's using her voice to inspire others to stay positive.
'I shouldn't really be here': Woman learns to sing again after infection takes legs, hand and voice
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