Senator John McCain revealed he has a primary brain tumor, with doctors describing the tumor as a glioblastoma.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on Sen. John McCain being diagnosed with a brain tumor (all times EDT):
Medical officials found a brain tumor known as glioblastoma
McCain's diagnosis of a cancerous brain tumor has devastated his Senate colleagues. The resilience is classic McCain, the Navy pilot and Vietnam prisoner of war turned congressman and senator.
Free neurosurgeon written and reviewed information about glioblastoma and other neurosurgical conditions available at aans.org.
Patients with glioblastoma tumors live an average of 15 months after receiving their diagnosis.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. John McCain's tumor is one of the most aggressive forms of brain cancer, and his family and doctors are deliberating next treatment options.
Wednesday evening, it was revealed that the surgery John McCain underwent recently to remove a blood clot behind his eye uncovered a brain tumor, according to a statement from the Mayo Clinic, reported in the Washington Post. Until that point, much of the discussion of McCain’s hospital stay and recovery had centered on his absence [...]Show More Summary
Being told you have cancer is never welcome, but being told you have a glioblastoma tumor is especially scary. This is the news that longtime Arizona Sen. John McCain got after he had a blood clot removed above his left eye on Friday. Glioblastoma is the same type of tumor that killed Sen. Edward...
Sen. John McCain's tumor is one of the most aggressive forms of brain cancer, and his doctors are determining next treatment options even as the senator, in a tweet, promised … Click to Continue »
Doctors diagnosed Senator John McCain with a glioblastoma, an aggressive brain tumor that can be difficult to treat.
John McCain has a hero's persistance. As we previously reported, the celebrated Arizona senator was hit with devastating news as he was diagnosed with a brain tumor after getting a blood clot surgically removed from "above his left eye." What a tough break. Related: Cindy McCain Says Husband John Is Her "Hero" Nonetheless, the seasoned politician isn't about [...]
Daniel Downing is a five-year-old boy who has been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. In the few months he has left to live, the young Marvel fan had the opportunity to chat with his hero, Ryan Reynolds, who plays Deadpool. Reynolds called the boy this week and humored him for about 15 minutes with cheerful conversation. Show More Summary
By now, most readers already know that Senator John McCain has been diagnosed with a brain tumor — specifically, a glioblastoma. I take no pleasure is suspecting such a diagnosis, as I wrote a few days ago, based on a bit of medical logic and observation rather than what the media reported. This is a devastating […]
Senator John McCain has been diagnosed with a particularly aggressive form of brain cancer. The tumor has been removed and McCain is recovering at home with his family. I wish Senator McCain well and hope for a speedy recovery. In the...Show More Summary
As most of us know by now, Senator John McCain – 80, American icon and war hero – has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. The Washington Post: The Mayo Clinic said doctors diagnosed a tumor called a glioblastoma after surgery to remove a blood clot above McCain’s left eye last week. The senator and [...]