Barbara Bush in failing health, won't seek additional treatment


Former first lady Barbara Bush is in failing health and will not seek further medical care, according to a family spokesman.

Barbara Bush, often known for her outspoken remarks and self-deprecating wit, was the USA first lady from 1989 to 1993 when her husband was the country's 41st president.

The statement continued that she appreciated the well wishes she had received and that her family is close to her.

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She has had a series of recent hospitalizations, but the family did not provide details about her condition. Jim McGrath, who issued a statement, said that she is surrounded by a familyand appreciates the messages and prayers she's been receiving from people.

In January, Mrs. Bush and her husband were hospitalized at the same time.

In 2000, her son George W. Bush, then the governor of Texas, was elected president. He is 93 years old and also has been in failing health in recent years.

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Just this month, the former first lady wrote about her husband in a note for the spring edition of Smith College's alumnae magazine.

The nation's 41s president also was hospitalized in 2015 in ME, where he and his wife spend summers at their home in Kennebunkport, after falling at home and breaking a bone in his neck. Her son George said that a "crowning achievement" of his father, who was fond of coming up with nicknames for friends and family, was anointing Barbara, "The Silver Fox". Barbara Bush was hospitalized 2017 after due to fatigue and coughing. "He is the best - thoughtful and loving". After World War II, the Bushes moved to Texas where he went into the oil business.

Smith College awarded Barbara Bush with an honorary degree in 1989.

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