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An Italian woman has woken from a coma after 10 months,

according to local media reports. Cristina Rosi, 37, was seven months pregnant when she suffered a heart attack in July last year. Her daughter, Caterina, was delivered by emergency Caesarean section. However, Ms Rosi was left in a coma with suspected brain damage. She has now woken up and spoken her first word, "Mamma", her husband has said. "We didn't expect it, it was a real joy after so much suffering," Gabriele Succi, told La Nazione newspaper.

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