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MOSCOW, Russia (CNN) -- Two American women have been released from a Moscow clinic after they were hospitalized with possible thallium poisoning, a hospital official said.
The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said Marina Kovalevsky, 42, and her daughter Yana, 26, were well enough to walk out of Sklifosovsky Clinic Wednesday and were expected to leave the country shortly.
The U.S. Embassy confirmed earlier on Wednesday that the women had possibly been poisoned from thallium, a radioactive element...continues cnn.com
Originally posted by el_madmaster
In November, former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko died in a London hospital in a suspected poisoning. After tests, his doctors ruled out thallium poisoning or any radioactive material, although he suffered many of the same symptoms.