In December 2008, 19 year old Sarah Murphy was experiencing a normal pregnancy until her heart started racing. It turned out to be a life-threatening disease.

Seven months into her pregnancy, Sarah raced to the hospital. Doctors at St. Luke's The Woodlands Hospital performed a C-section to relieve stress on her body and safely deliver her new bundle of joy. The baby lived, Sarah died.

Doctors performed CPR for three hours to bring Sarah back to life. The team at St. Luke's The Woodlands Hospital never gave up. Their commitment to provide quality care, saved her life. Sarah recovered and went home to hold her daughter for the first time.

Today, Sarah is the proud mother of a 19-month old and is enjoying every single day of motherhood.