Israeli Prime Minister Suffers A Massive Stroke

January 6, 2006

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon remains in critical condition after he had a massive stroke on January 4, 2006. Sharon's latest stroke caused widespread bleeding in his brain (a hemorrhagic stroke). Neurosurgeons have worked to stop the bleeding, remove blood clots and reduce intracranial pressure in the prime minister's brain. As of January 6, Sharon remains in a coma.

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