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Tuesday, September 07, 2004

Doctors Expect Full Recovery for Clinton

I hope eveything goes well for Bill Clinton. It sems to me everything went successfula dn he will get back to a normal life. Doctors Expect Full Recovery for Clinton
NewsMax Wires Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2004
Former President Bill Clinton, who narrowly escaped having a heart attack, should be able to resume his active lifestyle, his doctors say. But whether that includes campaigning in the remaining two months before the presidential election is questionable. "He will gradually resume a fully normal exercise and work schedule," but that will take "weeks rather than days," said Dr. Allan Schwartz, chief of cardiology at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia, where Clinton had a quadruple bypass operation on Monday. Read the rest here.

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