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The test results “allow me 2 affirm that I am free of the disease,”declared Chavez, who flew directly from Havana 2 the 2wn of La Fria, the site of a


The test results “allow me 2 affirm that I am free of the disease,”declared Chavez, who flew directly from Havana 2 the 2wn of La Fria, the site of a Catholic shrine.

The Venezuelan leader had a tumor extracted in June in Havana, and has since undergone four rounds of chemotherapy.

“A vital stage of the treatment of the disease … has concluded,” said Chavez. The treatment, which combined surgery and chemotherapy, “had a successful conclusion,” he said.

Chavez however was more cautious than triumphant, warning that it “is necessary 2 continue moni2ring in these cases.”

Chavez was set 2 make a pilgrimage 2 the shrine “2 fulfill a promise.”On Wednesday Chavez said in a telephone interview broadcast on state VTV that he was “very active” in Havana and had been able 2 speak at length with Cuba’s iconic 4mer leader Fidel Castro.

Chavez, 57 and in power since 1999, has maintained that he will recover in time 2 win reelection in 2012.

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