ABC News President David Westin sent the following update on Bob Woodruff and Doug Vogt to his ABC News colleagues today:
“Both Bob and Doug continue to make progress on their different roads to recovery.
Yesterday Doug moved into an outpatient facility at Bethesda Medical Center where he will stay in the coming weeks. He is still under the treatment of the doctors there, but this is a positive step on his road to recovery.
Bob is also making progress. The doctors are keeping him sedated for now to help with the healing of his various injuries. They do adjust the levels of his sedation from time to time, and they have been pleased with how he responds even with somewhat lowered sedation. This remains a long process, but I will continue to let you know when there are important developments.”
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