Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez, center, delivers a speech to soldiers in La Fria, Venezuela, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011. Chavez said he is cancer-free because a series of medical exams in Cuba showed no recurrence of the illness following two months of chemotherapy treatments. Chavez underwent surgery in Cuba in June to remove a cancerous tumor from his pelvic region. He has not revealed where the tumor was located nor the type of cancer with which he was diagnosed. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

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Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez, center, delivers a speech to soldiers in La Fria, Venezuela, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011. Chavez said he is cancer-free because a series of medical exams in Cuba showed no recurrence of the illness following two months of chemotherapy treatments.  Chavez underwent surgery in Cuba in June to remove a cancerous tumor from his pelvic region. He has not revealed where the tumor was located nor the type of cancer with which he was diagnosed. (AP Photo/Fernando  Llano)
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez, center, delivers a speech to soldiers in La Fria, Venezuela, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011. Chavez said he is cancer-free because a series of medical exams in Cuba showed no recurrence of the illness following two months of chemotherapy treatments. Chavez underwent surgery in Cuba in June to remove a cancerous tumor from his pelvic region. He has not revealed where the tumor was located nor the type of cancer with which he was diagnosed. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
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