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Official says Egypt's president is healthy

Published By United Press International
CAIRO, Dec. 21 (UPI) -- A report that Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has a brain tumor is false, a spokesman said.

Yasser Ali said Thursday the president is in good health and no medical examinations are planned.

He made the comment a day after the al-Wafd news portal said he had a tumor, Ahram Online said.
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