Attenborough 'Making Progress' After Slipping into Coma

by VR Sreeraman on  January 4, 2009 at 1:28 PM Celebrity Health News
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 Attenborough 'Making Progress' After Slipping into Coma
Lord Attenborough, who directed the Oscar winning movie 'Gandhi', is "making progress " in recovering after a fall at his home.

The 85-year-old filmmaker slipped into a coma following the accident in which he hit his head on December 18.

He is out of coma and in a stable condition.

"Richard Attenborough is making progress and remains in a stable condition," the Telegraph quoted a spokesman at St George's Hospital in Tooting, south London, as saying.

The fall has raised concerns over Attenborough's health after a scare earlier in the year.

In the summer he fell over after a blackout caused by a heart irregularity at his home.

Source: ANI
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