U.S. evangelist Billy Graham has been released from hospital after undergoing treatment for pneumonia.
Graham has returned to his home in Montreat, North Carolina following a six-day stint at Mission Hospital in nearby Asheville.
The 93 year old suffered breathing difficulties and was admitted last Wednesday (30Nov11).
His publicist says, "He will be home for the holidays! Upon discharge from Mission Hospital, Billy Graham expressed gratitude for thoughts and prayers from around the world."
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