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Beau Biden released from hospital; "neurologically normal" after mild stroke


Beau Biden, a captain in the Delaware Army National Guard, at a ceremony welcoming his brigade home from Iraq last fall. (Rob Carr/AP)

Beau Biden returned to his Delaware home Tuesday afternoon, a week after suffering a mild stroke, according to state officials. Biden's doctor at Thomas Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia released a statement saying the Delaware attorney general was "neurologically normal" "perfect in all arenas including motor skills, language function, and cognitive assessment." Biden will be able to assume his full responsibilities "after a brief period of rest at home." 

"He is feeling great and is looking forward to returning to work full-time
as soon as he can," said state Justice Department spokesman Jason Miller. "We cannot wait to have him back."
 

By The Reliable Source  |  May 18, 2010; 4:49 PM ET
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