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  2. "Obama, 53, went to Walter Reed military hospital for a fiber optic exam of his throat and since swelling was detected, doctors decided to perform a CT scan as well ... FULL ARTICLE AT Ann Althouse Blog

  3. President Barack Obama sought treatment at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington Saturday for a sore throat caused by acid reflux . Obama’s condition is not serious and the ... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times

  1. President Obama Treated For Sore Throat Caused By Acid Reflux

    President Barack Obama sought treatment at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington Saturday for a sore throat caused by acid reflux. Obama’s condition is not serious and the ... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times

  2. Obama Visits Walter Reed Hospital for Sore Throat

    White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the White House would provide updates on the president's condition when they are available. FULL ARTICLE AT MSN Health

  3. President Obama taken to hospital for sore throat

    President Obama has a sore throat and has gone to Walter Reed military hospital for testing, the White House said on Saturday. FULL ARTICLE AT New York Daily News

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    US President Barack Obama has a sore throat and has gone to Walter Reed military hospital for testing. FULL ARTICLE AT News24

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Named in honor of the celebrated U.S. Army physician and researcher Major Walter Reed, MD after his untimely death due to appendicitis in 1902, the Walter Reed General Hospital (WRGH) opened in northern Washington, D.C. on May 1, 1909. Ten patients were admitted on the first day. In 1923, General John J. Pershing signed the War Department order creating the Army Medical Center (i.e., WRGH and... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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