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Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is hospitalized in New York with a blood clot. She is expected to stay in the hospital ...
for 48 hours. (Dec. 31)
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DURATION: 1:00-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:SOURCE - ASSOCIATED PRESSNEW YORK/December 30, 20121. Wide, Entrance to New York Presbyterian Hospital2. Mid shot of window, zoom to wide of hospital entrance3. Sign in front of hospital: Milstein Hospital Building--POOL/AP CLIENTS ONLYDublin, Ireland/December 5, 20124. Clinton gets off plane in Ireland, greets officials5. Mid, Clinton greets official---POOL/AP CLIENTS ONLYNo Dates/Locations available5. Mid, Clinton greets official---ASSOCIATED PRESS/AP CLIENTS ONLY6. Wide, hospital entrance, two men wheel out stretcher---SOURCE: WABCCOURTESY: WABC-TV7. SOUNDBITE: DR. EZRIEL KORNEL/NEUROSURGEON(transcript below)8. POOL - No Time/Date availableMid, Clinton speakingVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:SECRETARY OF STATE HILLARY CLINTON IS EXPECTED TO STAY IN NEW YORK PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL FOR AT LEAST 48 HOURS, SO DOCTORS CAN MONITOR HER MEDICATION.CLINTON WAS HOSPITALIZED FOR A BLOOD CLOT ON SUNDAY.THE SECRETARY OF STATE FELL AND SUFFERED A CONCUSSION IN MID-DECEMBER, WHILE SHE WAS RECOVERING FROM A STOMACH VIRUS THAT LEFT HER SEVERELY DEHYDRATED.A DOCTOR FOUND THE BLOOD CLOT DURING A FOLLOW-UP EXAM.CLINTON'S SPOKESPERSON WOULDN'T SAY WHERE THE DOCTOR FOUND THE CLOT, BUT HE DID SAY THE SECRETARY OF STATE IS BEING TREATED WITH ANTI-COALGULANTS.A DOCTOR WHO IS NOT TREATING SECRETARY CLINTON SAYS A PATIENTS IN HER CONDITION SHOULD RECOVER FULLY.SOUNDBITE: DR. EZRIEL KORNEL, MD/NEUROSURGEONWith time, and with the medication, the clot itself will dissolve it certainly won't propegate further. It won't cause a clot into the lungs..TRACK-2CLINTON'S CONCUSSION FORCED HER TO CANCEL TRIPS TO NORTH AFRICAN AND THE MIDDLE EAST.SHE WAS ALSO UNABLE TO TESTIFY BEFORE CONGRESS ABOUT THE SEPTEMBER ELEVENTH ATTACK IN BENGHAZI, LIBYA.CARLOTTA BRADLEY, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.-------------------