Nash, 56, must drink all of her meals with a straw though a small hole where her mouth used to be. She told Winfrey she longs for the day when she might be able to eat "a hot dog or piece of pizza."
Paramedics responding to a 911 call said they found pieces of Nash's fingers strewn on the floor and her hands looked as though they had been through a meat grinder.
"The monkey had ripped off her entire upper jaw, had ripped off her nose, which as hanging by a thread," said Dr. Kevin Miller, who treated Nash when she taken to the emergency room. "We found extensive dirt, chimp fur, and chimp teeth implanted in her bone."
Nash said she does not remember anything about the morning when Herold called her to help get Travis back in his cage.
"I don't remember anything and they told the doctor that I don't want to remember," she told Winfrey.
But the 911 calls Herold made describe a chilling scene. On the recordings, Herold can be heard screaming that the ape had killed her friend and was "eating her!"
"The chimp killed my friend!" says a sobbing Herold on the tapes. "Send the police with a gun. With a gun!"
The dispatcher later asks, "Who's killing your friend?"
"My chimpanzee!" she cries. "He ripped her apart! Shoot him, shoot him!"
Nash wears a veil whenever she leaves her hospital room to take daily walks around the clinic, she said, so she does not scare anyone.