Hillary Clinton, seen here in file footage, was admitted to a New York hospital in Sunday with a blood clot. The U.S Secretary of State is said to have developed the clot after a concussion when she fainted earlier in December. She's being treated with anti-coagulants and was due to stay in hospital for 48 hours. Clinton earlier this month cancelled an overseas trip because of a stomach virus. Officials subsequently said her condition was improving and have played down suggestions it was anything more serious.
Dec.31 - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is undergoing hospital treatment for a blood clot. Paul Chapman reports. ( Transcript )
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