Does Willow die? Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) is hopeful that her Aunt Liesl’s bone marrow will save her life. Learning that Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) is Willow’s biological mother ultimately lead to a bone marrow donor. Liesl’s relation to Willow through Nina is the reason she was tested. Thankfully, she’s a match!
Now that the Quartermaine and Corinthos families have a glimmer of hope, they wait until procedure day. Willows been resting up and Liesl’s all set to go. Or maybe not. General Hospital recall recall Maxie’s declaration that Liesl is missing. Meanwhile, Willow is less than 24 hours away from her scheduled bone marrow transplant. A procedure could potentially save her life. The entire family is counting on Liesl and this surgery. Especially, Willow, Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell), and their sweet children Wiley and Amelia.
General Hospital spoilers indicate Michael has something to tell Willow. She’s been through so much. It’s been quite the rollercoaster with disappointment after another. It seemed like every positive advancement preceded an almost inevitable setback. So now that she’s been able to have a sigh of relief, in comes another threat to her health.
According to General Hospital previews and spoilers, Dr. Liesl Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) and Willow’s bone marrow donor was kidnapped! As Maxie states, she “disappeared from the disappearing cabinet,” to warn of Liesl’s M.I.A. status.
General Hospital rumors and spoilers tease word gets to Willow through Michael. Will they find Liesl in time? Or does Willow die?
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