The Aftermath and Chapters 1-2
• Deborah Spungen was overwhelmed by the death of her daughter Nancy.
• The press was a constant presence in the Spungens' lives.
• Sid Vicious, Nancy's boyfriend, had been arrested for her murder but overdosed before trial.
• Writing this book helped Deborah grieve for her daughter.
• Deborah gave birth to Nancy five weeks early.
• Deborah was concerned that something was wrong with Nancy.
• The doctors ignored Deborah's concerns.
• Nancy was born cyanotic and was jaundiced.
• Nancy had a blood transfusion and was sent home declared healthy by the doctors.
• Nancy cried for hours, and Deborah blamed herself.
• Deborah took her to a new pediatrician and insisted that something was wrong.
• The doctor said that Deborah indulged Nancy and that she was fine.
• The doctor eventually prescribed phenobarbital for Nancy, but it was not a cure.
• Frank and Deborah had a second child named...
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