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Hillary Clinton may not recover from her pneumonia until late October [will skip debates (of course) and rely on electronic 'voting' machine-rigging to steal 'election'] | 13 Sept 2016 | FIX: What's the prognosis for pneumonia? How long is the typical recovery time for a patient of Mrs. Clinton's age and medical history? Dr. Steven Simpson, medical director of the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care at The University of Kansas Hospital: Men and women 65 years of age and up — e.g. both presidential candidates — are particularly susceptible to pneumonia, which is a very common cause of death among the elderly. However, the prognosis for pneumonia that does not require hospitalization is quite good. Although a person of this age should be able to function to do their job within a few days – if they take adequate time to rest and recuperate – longer if they try to work through it, it generally takes four to six weeks to feel back to normal, in terms of stamina.