Brain tumor determined by senator McCain
washington - At the Republican Senator John McCain, a brain tumor was found after being operated for a blood clot at his left eye. The hospital in Phoenix states in a statement Wednesday that McCain, his family and doctors see what treatment method they want. One of the options is chemotherapy combined with radiation.
After analysis of the blood clot doctors established the brain tumor. McCain, who was operated on Friday, restores home from surgery. He makes it good for circumstances.
The eighty-year-old McCain is senator for the state of Arizona. In 2008 he was the presidential candidate for the Republicans. He lost the election of Barack Obama. McCain has previously been treated for skin cancer.
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