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Arizona Senator John Mccain Diagnosed with Brain Cancer

Updated On 20 Jul, 2017 Published On

The 80 years old Arizona Senator, Jhon Mccain announced that he has been diagnosed with brain cancer on Wednesday night.

Last week, on Friday, he visited the hospital to remove a blood clot from his eye where the doctors discovered about his brain cancer. In addition to a clot, Mccain also had complaints of double vision and fatigue.

Senator John McCain

Image: Senator John McCain

Source: Alternate History

After the surgeons removed his clot they came to conclude that the matter was a severe one, the senator had developed a brain cancer.

His family disclosed that the doctors discovered a cancerous tissue in his brain after his eye surgery. Further, they informed that he is under treatment and recovering in the hospital and that they are reviewing other treatment options as well.

Senator John

Image: Jhon McCain

Source: The New York Times

President Donald Trump sent his Well wishes for Jhon who previously fought with skin cancer after the news of his diagnosis came out.

 Former President of the US, Barack Obama showed his concern for McCain with a tweet that reads

 

Waiting for the return of Jhon, the senate has now postponed the much-awaited Health care bill.