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Gabore who is 93, was taken to the medical facility at 6:30 p.m. and was prepped for surgery. "She will lose the lower half of her leg below the knee," said Gabor’s PR Rep "It’s a dangerous operation, but the upside is that, if successful, she will remain her same old feisty self for a few more years."
Hungarian-born beauty, Zsa Zsa Gabore has been confined to a wheelchair since being paralyzed in a 2002 car accident wo bücher kostenlosen. Gabore suffered a stroke in 2005, and in July of 2010 she was rushed to the UCLA Medical Center after falling out of bed breaking her right hip.