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October 09, 1987

Doctors, allowing FBI Director-designate William S. Sessions to resume a regular diet, postponed tests aimed at finding the source of gastrointestinal bleeding that twice has delayed his swearing-in. Physicians found "nothing at all suspicious" in a test of his lower colon earlier in the day at Methodist Hospital in San Antonio, where the federal judge was hospitalized Tuesday for a recurrence of bleeding that was di1634168431

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