Secretary of State John Kerry arrives to speak to the press on crutches after being discharged from Massachusetts General Hospital on June 12, 2015 in Boston, Massachusetts. Scott Eisen/Getty Images/AFP
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was discharged from a Boston hospital Friday 10 days after undergoing surgery on a broken leg he sustained in a bicycle accident in France, and he declared he had not missed a tick on key foreign policy issues during his recovery.Kerry left Massachusetts General Hospital on crutches but under his own power. Kerry was injured May 31 when his bike struck a curb and he fell on a regular Tour de France route southeast of Geneva.Dr. Dennis Burke, an orthopedic surgeon, said Kerry's recovery from surgery has been uncomplicated.Kerry said he has been working the phones and spoke with President Barack Obama and other top administration officials on Thursday about issues including efforts to help Iraq stop advances by the Islamic State group.White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Kerry's release indicates his determination to get back to his office and back to work.
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