Inside Edition's Deborah Norville is revisiting some of the show's most poignant stories in honor of its upcoming anniversary.
In the 25 years that the show has been on the air -- 18 of them with Norville -- they've covered disasters, beauty pageants and everything in between, but Norville shared with Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer at Pfizer, that her favorites are the health stories with happy endings.
Norville recalled one instance where a doctor refused to give up on finding a solution for a mysterious illness that was threatening a little girl's life. After baffling many experts, one physician took the time to research the girl's condition until he solved the problem.
"Those stories I love," said Norville. "For anybody watching this interview, the take home for them is: Lord willing, you'll never need to know any of the things that you and I are talking about, but if you or someone you care about does have a medical problem and you believe that the power of the media can be an important tool, there's a way to go about it."
Norville's new book The Way We Are, out now, goes into more detail about the show's operation from behind the scenes.