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Malala discharged from UK hospital
 


January 04, 2013 - Updated 1439 PKT
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BIRMINGHAM: Malala Yousafzai has been discharged from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Malala will continue her rehabilitation at a temporary home.

 

Malala is a strong young woman and has worked hard with the people caring for her to make excellent progress in her recovery," said Dave Rosser, the hospital's medical director.

 

"Following discussions with Malala and her medical team, we decided that she would benefit from being at home."

 

Yousufzai has already been leaving the hospital on a regular basis on "home leave" in recent weeks to spend time with her parents and younger brothers, who have a temporary home in central England, Rosser said.

 

"During those visits assessments have been carried out by her medical team to ensure she can continue to make good progress outside the hospital," Rosser said.

 

Earlier doctors treating her said Malala would undergo cranial surgery within weeks as part of her long term recovery.

 

Yousafzai, 15, was shot in Swat in October, 2012 and was later transferred to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham for specialist treatment and where she is currently recovering from her injuries.

 

The shooting of Yousufzai drew widespread international condemnation. She has become a an internationally recognized symbol of resistance to the Taliban's efforts to deny women education and other rights, and more than 250,000 people have signed online petitions calling for her to be nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize for her activism.

 

Yousufzai's father said in October he was sure she would "rise again" to pursue her dreams after medical treatment.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Reader Comments
FR , you got it all, enjoy the weather in Canda . Thank you and We all Pakitani glad that you moved to Canada . Good luck Canada., my sympathy Canada

Saeed
Pakistan
Good to see you out of hospital, hope you will recover 100 % soon and continue your good work for the promotion of girls education from the safe environment of the UK.And the government has done a good thing by appointing her father as an education attachie which should help her in covering her day to day expenses.

ali
Canada
You are a beloved daughter of the soil. You have become a role model for the young generation. We pray for your safe & sound health.

S.Yousafzai
Pakistan
The whole of Pakistan, specially Pukhtoonkhwa is proud of you our brave & courageous Malala! You are a shining star on the sky of humanity. You have become a role model for the young generation. We wish a sound & perfect health.

Salahuddin
Pakistan
We all pray for your speedy recovery. God bless you Malala.

Ali Khan
Pakistan
I hope this drama ends here as her creeper father got more than her price

FR
Canada
Get well soon Malala. You are a brave girl and Pakistan is proud of you.

Ali J
Pakistan
 
 
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