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Former First Lady Hillary Clinton Hospitalized Due To Blood Clot

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton who recently fell and hit her head leading to a concussion is back in the hospital again. She had been recovering from the concussion for nearly 2 weeks and was getting back on her feet again. When she went in for a follow up with her doctors they did some imaging and discovered a blood clot they say is related to the concussion. They won’t say exactly where it is located, but the former First lady will be in the hospital for a few days until they feel it it is safe for her to leave. She is currently receiving anti coagulant medications. Hillary Clinton is 65. Get well soon.

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