Paraguay's president, former bishop, has cancer
Catholic World News - August 09, 2010
Paraguay’s President Fernando Lugo, a Catholic bishop who was laicized shortly after he took office in 2008, has been diagnosed with cancer. Doctors said that Lugo is suffering from non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Because the disease was caught in an early stage, they said, the prospects for successful treatment are good.
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