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General Hospital Spoilers: Willow Rejects Nina And Refuses The Transplant

Willow rejects Nina and refuses the transplant

Willow rejects Nina! It doesn’t matter to Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) that she finally knows her birth mother. That fact doesn’t erase all the ways Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) has displayed herself as someone who will climb over whoever it takes to get where they want to be.

General Hospital spoiler reveal time is running out and Willow must decide if she is going to accept Nina’s help. Family or not these two women have not been able to see eye to eye before knowing that she was Willow’s mother Nina didn’t hesitate to choose Nelle’s (Chloe Lanier) memory over Willow. Conveniently, now that Nina knows Willow is her daughter too, she suddenly all about making amends. Nina claims she wants nothing in return for donating her bone marrow tomorrow. However, Willow is reluctant to trust her.

General Hospital rumors suggest that Willow’s beliefs are strong when it comes to what’s best for her son. If being saved by Nina means giving Nina access to Wiley, her answer is no.

GH previews indicate Willow rejects Nina and refuses the transplant. Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson) pays Willow a visit at the hospital when their discussion dives deep into Willows thoughts on Nina’s bone marrow donation. Sasha fears Willow is giving up and Michael feels Willow is standing in the way of her on survival. Can her friends and family talk her into excepting what Nina has to offer?

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