Md. Gov. Undergoes First Round of Chemotherapy
June 28, 2015 - Picnic Time
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan underwent his initial turn of chemotherapy in a diagnosis of B-cell non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
On his Facebook page, Hogan pronounced he was feeling healthy and clever after his initial 24 hours of chemo. He praised his medical group and thanked them for “taking good caring of me.”
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Hogan announced his illness during a press discussion on Jun 22. At a time, he pronounced tumors had widespread by his stomach and were dire opposite his spinal column.
Hogan pronounced he was diagnosed after anticipating a pile underneath his chin while shaving.
“They found 12 some-more of these things in my neck,” he said.
He pronounced he had “20 or 30” some-more tumors in his core and groin area, adding he has been carrying many tests and procedures and that his group of doctors is treating his box aggressively. The administrator pronounced his doctors have told him he has a good possibility of violence a disease.
Hogan pronounced he was “humbled, heartened and uplifted by a escape of a tens of thousands of prayers and good wishes from around a state” after a proclamation of his diagnosis.
He pronounced he skeleton to work as most as he is able, describing himself as a workaholic. He pronounced Lieutenant Gov. Boyd Rutherford will step adult “even more,” as will his cabinet.