The ailing leader of Greece's Orthodox Church was hospitalized for tests Monday as doctors re-evaluated his cancer treatment, the Archbishop's office said.
Archbishop Christodoulos, 68, was diagnosed with cancer in June. He spent 10 weeks in a hospital in Miami but a planned liver transplant was aborted when the cancer was found to have spread.
His office did not say how long he was expected to remain in hospital.
Elected church leader in 1998, Christodoulos often stirred controversy with politically tinged statements.
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