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Bobbi Kristina has been released from Emory University Hospital, but this isn’t a sign of good news.
Whitney Houston’s daughter has been moved to a rehab facility near Atlanta, but there has been no improvement in her condition, TMZ.com reports.
Bobbi was moved to the new medical facility after doctors at Emory once again tried to take her off of life support and see if she responded to stimuli. After the attempts were unsuccessful, it was determined that Bobbi is still in the unresponsive state she’s been in since late January.
Arrangements were then made to transfer her to a venue that is better equipped for long-term care, and she was shuttled over on Thursday.
Her father Bobby Brown and aunt Pat Houston brought her belongings to the new facility, where doctors hope that Bobbi will make some type of recovery.
Supposedly, when doctors moved Bobbi’s breathing tube to her neck it was to prepare her for the kind of care she’ll get at the new facility. It’s not clear if her boyfriend Nick Gordon will be allowed to visit her there.
Bobby is still hoping and praying that his daughter will wake up from her coma.