Hugo Chavez to get cancer treatment in Brazil, source says

By REUTERS
July 15, 2011 01:40

 
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BRASILIA - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will come to Brazil for cancer treatment, a source in the Brazilian government told Reuters on Thursday.

Chavez will come to Brazil's Sirio-Libanes hospital, known for treating cancer, for help in his battle with the illness, according to the source.

No timeline has been set for his arrival, the source added.

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