J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.'s CEO Jamie Dimon said on Tuesday the prognosis for his throat cancer is "excellent" and he is in the monitoring stage which includes seeing the doctor periodically. Dimon, speaking after the bank released third-quarter earnings, said he is beginning to build back up his schedule. The bank revealed in July that the 58 year-old CEO had been diagnosed with throat cancer and would undergo treatment at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. Last week Dimon made his first public appearance in Washington, D.C. since the announcement. The CEO said he plans to make international trips now that his treatment is over. Dimon said he "feels good" and is "happy that my treatments are over."
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