Sharon's doctors meet long-term care specialists

January 25, 2006 14:14


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Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's doctors held talks Wednesday with two specialists from a long-term care facility, a hospital spokeswoman said, but there was no word on whether he would be moved in the near future. Sharon remained in critical but stable condition, said Yael Bossem-Levy, a spokeswoman for Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital in Jerusalem. Two intensive care specialists from Beit Levinstein, a long-term rehabilitation center in central Israel, participated in Wednesday's meeting with Sharon's doctors, Bossem-Levy said. She did not say if this was an indication that Sharon would be moved to the facility.

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