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Sen. Inouye to remain in hospital indefinitely

The 88-year-old, who had part of his lung removed years ago, has trouble breathing

By Derrick DePledge

~~<p>U.S. Sen. Daniel K. Ino&shy;uye is fighting respiratory complications and will remain hospitalized indefinitely, his staff said Sunday.</p>
<p>The 88-year-old Hawaii Demo&shy;crat has been in the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center since fainting in one of his Senate offices Dec. 6. He said Dec. 10 that doctors were regulating his oxygen intake, and his staff had said the senator hoped to be released within a week.</p>
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U.S. Sen. Daniel K. Ino­uye is fighting respiratory complications and will remain hospitalized indefinitely, his staff said Sunday.

The 88-year-old Hawaii Demo­crat has been in the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center since fainting in one of his Senate offices Dec. 6. He said Dec. 10 that doctors were regulating his oxygen intake, and his staff had said the senator hoped to be released within a week. Login for more...



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