Leonor Childers is one of the few people in this country who have a new kind of heart pump - one that is permanently implanted that she plugs into the wall each night. When Leonor was pregnant with her second set of twins, she discovered a lump on her breast. It was cancer. She and her husband decided to go through with the pregnancy, despite chemo and other treatments. When she delivered 8 weeks early, the last thing the couple expected was for Leonor to suffer heart trouble. But that's what happened. Soon after, she found herself in the hospital with a failing heart. She received a cutting edge heart pump with a 54-percent survival rate after 2 years. Dick Gordon talks with Leonor about what life is like with the new device and what her goals are these days.