Brazilian president advised to reduce workload after pneumonia

13:26, May 03, 2011      

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Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was advised on Monday to reduce her workload after being treated for pneumonia.

Earlier in the day, the president left Sao Paulo and returned to Brasilia. She had been admitted into the Sirio-Libanes Hospital in Sao Paulo.

It is not known whether she will resume work on Tuesday.

Rousseff's personal physician Dr. Roberto Kalil Filho said the president's pneumonia is not severe. She has been treated with antibiotics.

"It is a normal, routine picture, a flu which got worse," he said.

The pneumonia was first detected last Thursday, when Rousseff was expected to deliver a speech in the World Economic Forum in Rio. The speech was first postponed to Friday and then can.

The president was hospitalized for exams on Saturday. Doctor later ruled out other health problems.

Rousseff was diagnosed with cancer two years ago and underwent radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatments. She was considered recovered from the disease prior to taking office.

Source: Xinhua
 
 
     
 
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