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Luther Vandross, who had a tube inserted in his throat to help him breathe after a stroke, is breathing on his own, his publicist, Lois Najarian, said Thursday.
But the singer remains in intensive care and has not regained consciousness since suffering a stroke April 16 at his Manhattan home.
"There's been no radical change is his condition," Najarian said.
The 52-year-old singer remains in critical condition at New York's Weill-Cornell Medical College, where he underwent a tracheotomy and had a tube inserted in his throat, in part because he had contracted pneumonia.
Najarian said doctors remained hopeful that the singer would regain consciousness.
KIM DELANEY IN HEHAB
Star of the short-lived show "Philly," Kim Delaney has checked into an Arizona rehab facility to treat alcoholism, according to People magazine. The …