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Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden Back in Office After Illness

Wednesday, 04 Sep 2013 02:59 PM

 

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Vice President Joe Biden's son Beau Biden has returned to work as Delaware attorney general, two weeks after undergoing an unspecified medical procedure at a Houston cancer center.

A spokesman for the state Department of Justice says Biden was in the office on Wednesday meeting with staff.

The 44-year-old Biden was admitted last month to the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center after becoming weak and disoriented during a vacation in Indiana.

His hospitalization came two weeks after emergency dispatchers received a call from Joe Biden's Delaware home, where his son has been staying, regarding a report of a possible stroke. Biden suffered a minor stroke in 2010.

Biden's family has said he underwent "a successful procedure" in Houston, but they have not provided any details.

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