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Greek PM A. Samaras Had Successful Eye Surgery

After a routine examination undertaken on Friday, newly appointed Greek PM Antonis Samaras’ eye doctor suggested that he undergo an urgent eye surgery due to a detached retina.
The Greek PM was rushed to hospital while Vassilios Rapanos, Greece’s incoming new finance minister, was hospitalized as well because he had complained of nausea, abdominal pains and dizziness, according to his doctors.
According to medical authorities of Attikon hospital press release, Antonis Samaras’ surgery was successful. The surgery lasted 45 minutes and upon his recovery, he was asked to leave the hospital.
Despite the fact that his doctors insisted that he remain a few more days under their medical attention, the patient insisted on his return to the presidential house. But head surgeon, Panos Theodosiadis, announced  the Greek PM will probably be released from the hospital on Monday morning.
As for incoming finance minister, he has undergone a scanning test and the results were very satisfactory. “His situation is stable and improving but we will continue the drug therapy,” stated Hygeia Hospital in a news release.

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