General Hospital star Nancy Lee Grahn arrived in Port Charles as Attorney Alexis Davis, 26 years ago. Before long she was representing the most powerful mon boss in Port Charles, Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard), which lead to hopping in bed with him. Their lawyer/client romp resulted in the birth of their daughter Kristina Davis Corinthos (Lexi Ainsworth).
General Hospital news reports confirm Grahn has taken to Twitter to reveal a current medical problem is is currently facing which needs immediate attention.
General Hospital spoilers reveal Nancy’s tweet disclosed some personal and professional information which could effect her status with GH. Grahn thanks the Executives over at ABC’s General Hospital, expressing gratitude to work for the daytime drama for 26 years. She praises Frank Valentini for his support.
General Hospital news and spoilers suggest Nancy Lee Grahn may be stepping down from her role as Alexis as she takes care of herself and her medical problem as per the advice of Valentini. It seems as though she has decided to receive medical attention as she is hopeful this issue is fixable.
General Hospital news reports reveal Nancy has disclosed that she has a benign cyst and although hopefully fixable, it’s painful. She revealed her diagnosis in the tweet below.
We will keep fans up to date on any new developments surrounding Nancy’s medical issue and how it could effect her status with the soap opera.
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