Accidental Author, Camilla Jenal, went from being in a coma, on life support, not expected to live through the night, to receiving a heart transplant, to winning a Gold Medal for Australia, all within a very short period of 5 years.
Camilla Jenal received the gift of life in the form of a heart transplant on the 25th of November, 2012, after being kept alive in the Prince Charles Hospital, Brisbane, for a period of five months, by an LVAD – a left ventricular assist device.
Five years later Camilla won a Gold Medal for Tennis at the World Transplant Games in Malaga Spain.
This is her remarkable story.
Camilla is now living life to the absolute fullest with her children and her mother, for whom she cares, in the beautiful, Northern Rivers of New South Wales, where she has lived most of her life.
Thankfully, the story didn’t end here. Stay tuned for Camilla’s next book, The Beat Goes On.