Gov. Larry Hogan appears to be responding very well to the chemotherapy being administered to fight his non-Hodgkins lymphoma. A tumor in his neck has shrunk by around 80 percent (Hogan’s own estimate) since the treatments began, and he says his doctors are “very, very pleased.”
“They think the odds are great, Hogan told the Washington Post. “I’m doing better than expected.”
In a Facebook post following his second 5-day week of treatments the governor was upbeat. “Still feeling strong! Happy to be heading back to Annapolis,” he wrote.
Despite the aggressive nature of his treatments, Hogan appears to be working away steadily at many of his gubernatorial duties. He told the Post that during his hospital stay he went through paperwork regarding “every single agency.” He also held a full schedule of meetings, in between which, he said, nurses would take his vital signs.
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