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Bob Woodruff Update

Good news from ABC news on the improvement in the condition of ABC News co-anchor Bob Woodruff.  In a news bulletin today, it is reported that he has made major progress in the last 48 hours — he is starting to talk, speaking with his family and doctors, and beginning to walk.

Now comes the important transitions period and the need for intensive cognitive rehabilitation.

We continue to wish Bob and his family a good recovery and offer the assistance of the Brain Injury Association of New York State for advice and support.

You can read the full ABC news bulletin on Bob Woodruff's condition by clicking here.



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