Published on July 20, 2017
Updated on November 1, 2019
John McCain Has Brain Cancer, Senator’s Office Says
WEDNESDAY, July 19, 2017 (The New York Times) — Senator John McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee known for his independent streak over more than three decades representing Arizona in the Senate, has brain cancer, his office disclosed Wednesday night in a statement from the Mayo Clinic.
Mr. McCain, 80, has a glioblastoma, one of the most common but also one of the most malignant brain tumors. It can be treated with chemotherapy and radiation, but medical experts said it almost always grows back.
NOTE: To read the Prevent Cancer Foundation’s statement on Sen. John McCain’s diagnosis, click here.
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