Czech pop singer Karel Gott's malignant tumorous disease has fully disappeared, his spokeswoman Aneta Stolzova announced on Friday, referring to the results of the most recent medical check-up. Doctors treated the singer, since last November, when he was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin lymphoma. He underwent his last chemotherapy at the end of February. At 76, Karel Gott still remains one of the most well-known figures in Czech show business.
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