Israel's Ariel Sharon, comatose since suffering a massive stroke in January, will be moved to a long-term care facility after a March 28 election, Israeli Channel 10 TV reported Friday.
Sharon will be moved to the Sheba Medical Center outside Tel Aviv, Channel 10 reported, quoting unnamed officials at Sheba hospital.
Doctors have said that with everyday Sharon, 78, fails to regain consciousness, his chances for recovery diminish. Sharon has had seven operations, including three brain surgeries, since the Jan. 4 stroke.
But the popular Sharon stars in campaign ads for the Kadima party he founded just weeks before suffering the stroke, and the centrist movement is expected to coast to victory in the March 28 vote, reports AP.
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