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Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis said on Wednesday that his blood cancer is in "complete remission".
Svernelis says tests show complete remission of cancer
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"Final tests were performed last Thursday and I am happy that a complete remission has been achieved," he told reporters.

Skvernelis announced his cancer diagnosis in late August. After that, he underwent chemotherapy treatment.

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