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OTRC: Michael Douglas feels 'good' following cancer treatments, praises kids

Pictured: Michael Douglas appears in a scene from the 2010 movie 'Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.' (20th Century Fox)

Michael Douglas says he feels "good" after completing major treatments for throat cancer, praising the support of his and actress Catherine Zeta-Jones' two young children.

The 66-year-old actor finished the last of his two-month-long radiation and chemotherapy sessions in early October and stepped out with Jones, his 41-year-old second wife, and their two children Dylan, 10, and Carys, 7 at Walt Disney World in Florida last week.

"I feel good," People magazine quoted Douglas as telling reporters in New York on Friday night at a screening of his latest movie "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps". "Dylan and Carys have been so amazing and supportive throughout all of this."

Douglas has said recently that he's already prepping for the title role in Steven Soderbergh's "Liberace," which will begin shooting in May or June, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Douglas' representatives said in August the actor was being treated for Stage Four throat cancer. The actor told the Hollywood Reporter that he will learn in January, via a PET scan, if the cancerous tumor in his throat has been eliminated and that doctors have told him there is an 80 percent cure rate.

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