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GENERAL HOSPITAL Spoilers — Sasha Fights for Her Life!

Sasha’s situation is growing more dire in these GENERAL HOSPITAL spoilers, and Valentin tries to hold Nina together as she worries about losing her daughter. Isn’t there anything Finn can do to save Sasha’s life?

Ever since eating that grapefruit injected with a mysterious substance by Cassandra, Sasha has been deathly ill, coming in and out of lucidity. During one of her stronger moments, she asks Finn the tough questions. “What are the chances I recover?” she wants to know. Unfortunately, the doctors are at a loss as to how to treat this virus. “Well, we’re in unfamiliar territory,” Finn admits.

Having always wanted a child of her own, Nina was overjoyed to learn that Sasha was her daughter taken from her at birth. And although it’s just a lie cooked up by Valentin and Sasha, Nina has no idea, and therefore is absolutely heartbroken at the thought of losing the child she only recently discovered. “My daughter could be dying!” she cries to Jax.

General Hospital Nina Sasha

If Nina thinks this is bad, wait until she learns Sasha isn’t really her daughter! (Photo Credit: ABC)

Valentin remains desperate to keep Nina happy, but now that means not just keeping her from discovering the truth about Sasha’s origins, but keeping the young woman alive! “Nina would be inconsolable if Sasha were to die!” he warns Obrecht. But while Liesl can definitely agree to keep her mouth shut about Valentin’s lie, is there anything the former physician can do to help save Sasha’s life?

Check out this tease for the emotional week to come and for more GH previews, keep reading the ABC edition of Soaps In Depth magazine.

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