Doctors and Family Members Speak Today at UMC

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Penny Wilson and Angela Robinson reminisce about their stepfather, Dorwan Stoddard. Stoddard was one of six victims from Saturdays shooting.
  • Photograph by Josh Morgan
  • Penny Wilson and Angela Robinson reminisce about their stepfather, Dorwan Stoddard. Stoddard was one of six victims from Saturday's shooting.

Bill Heilmans wife Suzie was at the scene of the crime with 9-year-old  Christina Taylor Green, one of the six victims from Saturdays shooting. Mrs. Heilman is currently recovering from multiple gunshot wounds at the UMC.
  • Photograph by Josh Morgan
  • Bill Heilman's wife, Suzie Heilman, was at the scene of the crime with 9-year-old Christina Taylor Green, one of the six victims from Saturday's shooting. Mrs. Heilman is currently recovering from multiple gunshot wounds at the UMC.

Dr. Peter Rhee, a surgeon at the UMC, told members of the press that congresswoman Gabrielle Gifford was continuing to improve.
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  • Dr. Peter Rhee, a surgeon at the UMC, told members of the press that congresswoman Gabrielle Gifford "has a 101 percent chance of survival."

Dr. Gerald Michael Lemole Jr and Dr. Peter Rhee answer questions from the press.

Specialists Col. Geoffrey Ling and Dr. James Ecklund came to Tucson from Washington D.C. to help treat Giffords. Both have extensive experience in treating combat wounds.
  • Photograph by Josh Morgan
  • Specialists Col. Geoffrey Ling and Dr. James Ecklund came to Tucson from Washington D.C. to help treat Giffords. Both have extensive experience with treating combat wounds.

Dr. Peter Rhee answers questions from the press after the press conference.

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