Doctors diagnosed Senator John McCain with a glioblastoma, an aggressive brain tumor that can be difficult to treat. USA TODAY
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Arizona’s senior senator revealed Wednesday that he has a primary brain tumor, with doctors describing the tumor as a glioblastoma. Doctors identified the aggressive brain tumor after McCain, 80, had cranial surgery to remove a blood clot near his left eye.
McCain has said he is reviewing treatment options with his family. Those could include a combination of chemotherapy and radiation, according to a statement from the Mayo Clinic. WIN a $1000
The Republican senator said he plans to get back to work soon. On Thursday morning, he tweeted, “I greatly appreciate the outpouring of support — unfortunately for my sparring partners in Congress, I’ll be back soon, so stand-by!”