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Bill Clinton walks out of hospital after treatment for infection

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Bill Clinton walks out of hospital after treatment for infection

Bill Clinton walks out of hospital after treatment for infection

Former President Bill Clinton has been released from a California hospital after being treated for an infection that spread to his bloodstream.


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