Physicist Stephen Hawking was released from hospital in Rome
British physicist Stephen Hawking was released from the hospital in Rome, where he was hospitalized the day before, reports Reuters.
The representative of the Gemelli hospital, where it usually takes treatment of the priests, announced that the state of the Hawking is good and he can return to the UK on Saturday as planned.
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Yesterday the representative of Hawking announced that a scientist who came to Rome to participate in the Symposium at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, felt unwell, and then was taken to the hospital.
A source at the clinic said that a physicist will spend in the hospital overnight, but stressed that “the situation is under control.” The representative of the physics also noted that his ailment is not regarded as serious.
In the early 1960s, Hawking was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, which later led to the almost complete paralysis. To date, the 74-year-old scientist mobility remained only in a mimic muscle of a cheek, with others, he communicates using a voice synthesizer.