Sec. Clinton discharged from NYC hospital
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NEW YORK CITY -- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been released from a New York City hospital, following treatment for a blood clot.
Video seen earlier Wednesday was Clinton leaving one building of New York Presbyterian Hospital to travel across the hospital’s campus to get testing in another building.
Clinton was admitted into the hospital on Sunday, following a routine checkup that found the clot related to the concussion she suffered last month.
Secretary Clinton is receiving blood thinners as a part of her treatment, and doctors are confident she will make a full recovery.