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Bret Michaels Update: “Will make a 100 percent recovery”

Bret Michaels has been in 24 hour care in ICU at the Barrow Neurological Institute at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. The “Celebrity Apprentice” star has taken headlines around the world as many fans are eagerly waiting to hear the progress of the rock star. Last we heard was that his sister had said that he was starting to walk around, but was still in extreme back pain from the brain hemorrhage that he suffered. Now his doctors have come forward with positive news that will give everyone something to smile about.

His doctor states, “I really expect that he will make a 100 percent recovery,” reports Radar Online. The doctors held a press conference to discuss the condition and he continued, “I really think Mr. Michaels was indeed a lucky person, a very lucky person.” They also report that the doctors stated that he is one of the 10-20 percent who actually return to all their activities and make a full recovery after suffering a brain hemorrhage.

In addition, he is continuing his physical therapy and the blood clot should be dissolved within seven to ten more days.

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  • May 4, 2010 | Permalink |

    god bless you! hope to see you on the road soon!


  • May 5, 2010 | Permalink |

    Awesome. he has so many fans. Prayer does work. Those blue eyes will keep shining!

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