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Chávez's Health | He is certain that most Venezuelans will support his decision

Chávez to depart for Cuba to start radiotherapy

"We are ready for radiotherapy, which will last for about four to five weeks. But we will start the treatment tomorrow in Havana, the same place where cancer was detected, where I underwent my first two operations and where the second tumor was detected," said President Hugo Chávez in a mandatory nationwide radio and television broadcast

Chávez is to continue his cancer treatment (Photo: Miraflores Press Office)
EL UNIVERSAL
Saturday March 24, 2012  07:33 PM


Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez announced on Saturday in a mandatory nationwide radio and television broadcast that on Saturday night he is departing again for Cuba, to continue his cancer treatment.

Chávez explained that after the surgery he underwent last February 26, everything has gone well. But he said that he now needs to continue with radiotherapy.

"We are ready for radiotherapy, which will last for about four to five weeks. But we will start the treatment tomorrow (March 25) in Havana, the same place where cancer was detected, where I underwent my first two operations and where the second tumor was detected," he stressed.

He added he was certain that this decision would be criticized by some dissenters, but it will be supported by the vast majority of the population.

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