Twenty-four hours after entering
Washington's Walter Reed Army Medical Center for his annual head-to-toe
physical examination, a ruddy, smiling Dwight Eisenhoweronetime
victim of a heart attack (1955), ileitis (1956) and mild stroke
(1957)came out with the pronouncement from his doctors that he is in
"an excellent state of health."
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