JOHNNY CASH IMPROVING

According to manager Lou Robin, Johnny Cash is improving after being admitted to Nashville's Baptist Hospital.

Cash entered the hospital three weeks ago, suffering from a bout of pneumonia. He is expected to be released this weekend, says Robin.

Robin went on to explain that because Cash has a condition known as autonomic neuropathy, it is not uncommon that he is prone to pneumonia, and that there will be times where he will need to be in the hospital "however routine it may seem at the time."

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