FROM Gregory Bergey
Chief Justice Robert Suffers Seizure Chief Justice John Roberts walked out of a Maine hospital today and waved to onlookers, one day after he suffered a seizure that caused him to fall on a dock near his vacation home. Doctors said there was no tumor, no stroke or any other explanation. President Bush spoke to him by phone and said he sounded "in great spirits." Dr. Gregory Bergey is Professor of Neurology and Director of the Johns Hopkins Epilepsy Center.
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