Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will undergo a procedure on Friday to remove early-stage squamous cell cancer from his face and shoulder.
On Wednesday he said he doesn’t believe he’ll need treatment beyond the surgery which he said is minor.
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Hogan had cancerous skin removed in 2018 and called this another pop-up, but nothing serious.
The governor was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2015, just a few months after starting his first term as governor. He was treated at the University of Maryland Medical Center and said he’s remained cancer-free since the treatment ended.
Source: The Baltimore Sun
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