Born on 1952, Nancy Snyderman is an American Physician and broadcast journalist. Nancy has been serving as the chief medical editor for NBC News since 2006. She also frequently appears on NBC’s Today, NBC Nightly News and MSNBC to discuss on the medicine related issues. Synderman was born in St. Louis, Missouri and she follows Jewish religion. She attended South Side High School in Ft. Wayne, Indiana and completed her graduation in 1970. While she was studying in University, she has considered in her autobiography that she was raped. Later she joined Indiana University and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in microbiology. In 1977, she received a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University Of Nebraska Medical Center. She had initial plan of becoming pediatrics but she specialized in throat and neck cancers while she was studying at University of Pittsburg.

Nancy started her broadcasting career at KATV around 1984. The network is affiliated with ABC which is Little Rock. Later in 1990 she served KPIX-TV as a medical correspondent. For the long period of seventeen years, she served ABC News as their medical correspondent. At that time she was a contributor to 20/20, Good Morning America and Primetime. She was a frequent substitute co-host on Good Morning America prior leaving ABC News. Next she led the independent educational initiative Understanding Health at the vice president of consumer education for the health care corporation Johnson & Johnson. In September 2006, she joined NBC News as its chief medical editor. She had traveled the world extensively and reported from various world most-troubled areas. Her reports appeared on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, Dateline NBC, MSNBC, Today and Nancy hosted the MSNBC show called Dr. Nancy which came on air on weekdays 12 to 1 p.m. between 29th June and 17th December. Later, Synderman launched her own website in 2013. She gave answers to the health and medical question, took suggestions for upcoming story for NBC and contributed a daily video in her website. Recently, she is serving as a sportsdesk reporter for NBC’s coverage of the 2014 Winter Olympics in February 2014.

Even at the age of 62, Nancy looks amazing in front of the camera. Her charm has not diminished a little bit in comparison when she used to be young. She presents her shows in an adorable manner. Her gorgeous dresses which exposes her beautiful pair of legs and feet looks awesome in the television screen. She looks really stylish whenever she made her presence in the small screen. However, there is a rumor of she had undergone plastic surgery to get a perfect facelift.  The rumor is believed to be true as she looks much younger than her actual age.

Adding essence to her personal biography, her marital status is married. She got married to her husband Doug Myers. But she hasn’t revealed her present status with her husband. Have they taken divorce or still together is a big question. However, most of the stories have confirmed about the news of divorce. From her marital relation with her husband, she has delivered three children Kate, Racheal and Charlie. She had maintained silence about her personal life. But it looks like she is having happy time with her family. She had released her autobiography in which she had mentioned her past events. Nancy had mentioned that she was raped while she was in college but she remained silent about the incident for several years. But, she has revealed that incident in her autobiography. She has proved to be a courageous woman to speak about the unforgettable incident.

The hardworking physician and broadcast journalist had reached a milestone in her career. Her contributions and achievement is really incredible. But, her information regarding salary and net worth is not disclosed by her employer. She might be getting handsome amount of salary which is helping her to live such a luxurious life.

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