After completing a fifth day of intense chemotherapy, Larry Hogan once again left the University of Maryland hospital on Tuesday. On Facebook, the Maryland governor reported he is now halfway through his prescribed treatment for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Hogan said he had “good news and great news” on the Facebook post. In the past, he has said he writes the posts himself.
“The good news is I just finished my fifth straight day of 24-hour chemo,” Hogan wrote. “The great news is I’m officially half-way through my treatment, having finished round three of six!”
Showing that he’s growing into this politician thing, Hogan also made the rounds while he was at the hospital.
“This week I spent a lot of time visiting other patients in the cancer ward, hearing their stories of strength and resilience in the face of adversity,” he wrote. “Their perseverance, positivity, and faith inspires me beyond words.”
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