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    Sharon Stone talks about her medical crisis in 2001

    She had a five per cent chance of living

    Baku. 15 January. REPORT.AZ/ American actress Sharon Stone spoke about her medical crisis in 2001.

    Report informs, she had a five per cent chance of living when she was struck by a brain haemorrhage.

    In a candid interview Sharon said she believed work dried up following her recovery.

    "My whole life was wiped out", she told the CBS.

    The actress said she was ready to return to her job in the interview, and that it is now the main goal for her.

    Stone started her career in 1980. She starred in films Casino, Basic instinct, Catwoman, Broken flowers, etc. 

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