Reverend Jesse Jackson hospitalized after stomach pains

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September 4, 2008 16:40

 
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The Reverend Jesse Jackson is being treated at a Chicago hospital after experiencing stomach pains. The civil rights leader is undergoing tests at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. He told the Chicago Tribune that the pains were "subsiding" but declined to say anything more about his condition. The 66-year-old said he has "high regard" for the doctors at Northwestern.

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