Doctors Rule Out Heart Attack, Stroke, Brain Tumor For John Kerry's Wife

July 9, 2013 5:32 PM
Doctors Rule Out Heart Attack, Stroke, Brain Tumor For John Kerry's Wife
" BOSTON (CBS) – Doctors have ruled out several possibilities for what caused Secretary of State John Kerry’s wife to have seizure-like symptoms over the weekend.

Teresa Heinz Kerry, 74, was rushed to a hospital on Nantucket Sunday afternoon and then transferred to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston in critical condition after suffering some sort of medical incident.

Glen Johnson, John Kerry’s personal spokesman, confirmed Tuesday that Kerry’s wife had experienced “seizure-like symptoms,” but added that she continues to improve and remains in fair condition at MGH "

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