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    NO MORE PATIENTS IN SEVERE CONDITION AFTER RECENT TERRORIST ACT IN MOSCOW

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    MOSCOW, February 11 (RIA Novosti) - There are no more patients in severe condition after the February 6th act of terror. Doctors have just pulled out from the severe condition a 70-year-old female.

    The woman, who was in a severe condition feel much better at the present moment, Deputy Director of the Sklifosovsky Medical Institute Mikhail Abakumov disclosed to a RIA Novosti correspondent.

    According to him, all in all 32 patients, who are the victims of the terrorist act, remain in the Institute. The condition of the two patients estimated by the doctors as grave, and 15 patients are in a medium grave condition. 15 more patients are in a satisfactory condition, Abakumov said.

    However, none of the patients will be discharged in the next two days, since all of them to various extents need medical treatment.

    According to the Moscow Department of Healthcare, all in all 98 victims of the terrorist explosion in the subway remain in the hospitals of Moscow.

    The blast went off on February 6th in a train carriage between the subway stations "Avtozavodskaya" and "Paveletskaya". As a result of the explosion 39 people were killed and some 130 hospitalized.

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