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10-28-12, 03:35 PM #1
14-year-old Pakistani girl who advocated girls' education recovering from being shot in the headShe does not appear to have suffered significant brain damage, he said. "There's no real areas of concern, at this stage," he added.
He said she is tired, but "managed a big smile" when she saw her family. The teenager is able to breathe on her own, her father said.
Rosser said Malala can walk "with very little help, just a nurse's arm on her elbow for support, and she "appears to have very good memories of both the last few days of her care and events prior to this incident," he said.
But he said hospital staffers have not asked the girl about the shooting itself. "Asking people to relive the memories increases the chance of post-traumatic stress," he said.
On Friday, the girl was to undergo blood tests and tests on her hearing and vision, "just to make sure that we're not missing anything," since the bullet entered her skull above her left eyebrow, he said.
10-28-12, 04:32 PM #2
The hospital treating her is well versed in such injuries. This is the same hospital that is used to treat our injured servicemen.
Just illustrating that these cowards will stoop to any level to justify their warped beliefs and misunderstanding of their own religion.the sole advantage of power is that you can do more good.
( Baltasar Gracian )
10-29-12, 01:02 AM #3
Excellent news. Best for her and her family. I'd also like a chance to show those cowards how a head shot is suppose to work.Do not war for peace. If you must war, war for justice. For without justice there is no peace. -me
We are who we choose to be.
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