Hadassah denies Sharon is improving
Judy Siegel
Hadassah-University Hospital, Ein Kerem, denied on Tuesday a claim published in Yediot Aharonot that Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's condition is "gradually improving" and that he is reacting to his sons' voices by moving his limbs. The spokeswoman said there is no change in his condition, which remains serious but stable. During the next few weeks, Hadassah will have discussions with Omri and Gilad Sharon about the possibility of transferring their father to rehabilitation facilities.
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