'Dexter' star treated for Hodgkin's Disease

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Michael C. Hall, the star of television's Dexter is finishing up treatment for Hodgkin's Disease, according to a report on People magazine's web site. The report says that his cancer is in remission.

Hall will be attending the Golden Globes ceremony this weekend, as he and the Showtime drama have been nominated for two Globes, one for Best Television Series - Drama, and another for Best Performance by an Actor In A Television Series - Drama.

By Ross Bonander

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