Brazil offers to treat Chavez's illness

10:45, July 07, 2011      

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Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has offered to provide cancer treatment for her Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez, who recently had a cancerous tumor removed in Cuba.

But so far neither Chavez nor the Venezuelan embassy in Brasilia has replied to the offer, the official news agency Agencia Brasil reported Wednesday.

Chavez's health conditions drew great attentions from leaders across Latin America and many of them have offered help.

Source: Xinhua
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