ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Gov. Larry Hogan of Maryland, a little-known former genuine estate executive whose dissapoint feat in Nov bearing this overwhelmingly Democratic state into Republican hands for a initial time in scarcely a decade, announced Monday that he has a “very advanced” form of cancer though will continue to offer while undergoing treatment.
Mr. Hogan, 59, pronounced he has B-cell non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and would bear “very assertive chemotherapy treatment” that will take roughly 18 weeks. He pronounced doctors have positive him that he can be cured, though that “it’s not going to be an easy thing.”
The administrator had been blank meetings given returning from a trade goal in Asia scarcely dual weeks ago, call The Washington Post to news over a weekend that he had been feeling ill. But during a fast called news discussion during a Maryland statehouse, he pronounced Monday, “I still feel good, I’ve got energy, other than we don’t have most of an appetite. I’m not sleepy and I’m not in terrible pain.”
During his brief time as governor, Mr. Hogan has confronted harmful riots in Baltimore, and insurgency from a Democratic legislature on a operation of process matters. His proclamation comes as Maryland Democrats are in a thick of a contested primary debate to attain Senator Barbara A. Mikulski, a Democrat who is retiring, and while his predecessor, Martin O’Malley, is seeking a Democratic assignment for president.