The Venezuelan President will be attended in the Hospital Sirio Lebanese Sao Paulo, a private clinic of rrencia in oncology. The Brazilian President, Dilma Rousseff, was healed of cancer in the same Center. The President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, agreed to undergo a treatment against cancer in Brazil, as the digital edition of the newspaper Folha de Sao Paulo reported Thursday. According to the newspaper, not citing sources, Chavez would travel in the coming days to Brazil to be treated at the Hospital Sirio Lebanese Sao Paulo, a private rrencia in Oncology, clinical center where they often dealt with authorities and Brazilian and foreign politicians. The hospital declined to confirm whether Chavez will be treated at the facility, while the Ministry of foreign relations of Brazil pointed out that you don’t know the answer of the Venezuelan representative to the offer that in that regard the Government made him. On Wednesday, Chavez said in Caracas that doctors do not rule out that one future third stage of your treatment applied you radiotherapy or chemotherapy to attack hard what could be cancer that was recently operated in Cuba. Maybe in a third phase (of treatment) will require the implementation of all the methods that are known () might be radiotherapy or chemotherapy to attack hard, with Cavalry, any latent possibility that there, Chavez said in an interview by phone to an official television channel.

The State Agency Brazil Rousseff offering reported Thursday that Brazilian President, Dilma Rousseff, waiting for a response from Chavez to manage the details of the treatment in Brazil. Chavez, close to 57 years, had thanked him last week by phone to Rousseff offering to treat in Brazil and told her that it would evaluate the offer. In the Syrian Lebanese Hospital was attended last year the President of Paraguay, Fernando Lugo, whom the doctors treated with success a lymphatic cancer, and also healed the same illness Rousseff in 2009, when he was still Minister of the previous Government. In the hands of the Lebanese Syrian doctors was also the Brazilian former Jose Alencar, who died last April after being served 13 years of a stomach cancer.