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'Sharing Miracles' Television Program to Feature Country Music Superstar and Grammy Winner Naomi Judd
Date:12/31/2008

WASHINGTON, Dec. 31 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Each Sunday throughout January, Sharing Miracles, a 30-minute public affairs television program that tells the compelling and inspirational stories of real patients, will feature country music superstar and six-time Grammy Award winner Naomi Judd. Sharing Miracles now airs on more than 235 television stations across the United States.

Judd, one-half of the celebrated mother-daughter country music duo, "The Judds," tells the incredible story of her journey from being a hard-working waitress and single mother with two children to being a world-wide music star. Daughters Wynonna -- herself now a successful solo musician -- and two-time Golden Globe-nominated actress Ashley Judd are also highlighted in the show.

All told, The Judds had 20 top-ten hits, including 15 that reached number one on the charts. This led to six Grammy awards, nine Country Music Association Awards and eight Billboard Music Awards. They have sold more than 20 million record albums worldwide, with six albums being certified platinum.

The resilience that drove Judd throughout her life quite possibly saved her life in 1990, when she was diagnosed with Hepatitis C. As she says in this month's episode, "Wynonna and I were cruising through life with the top down, with sold-out coliseums, number-one singles, multi-platinum albums, and six Grammy awards. Our lives had surpassed anybody's wildest expectations."

Yet soon, the disease -- which she likely contracted when accidentally stuck by a needle in her earlier career as an intensive care-unit nurse -- crippled her. "I was terribly sick. I barely knew who I was, where I was," she says. "You're not really in pain, but you just want to give up because you can't imagine living like this every day. And unfortunately, my doctors didn't give me any hope. In fact, one doctor told me I had three years to live."

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