ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Gov. Larry Hogan has announced during a Thursday press conference that he will undergo treatment for skin cancer.
The governor said he'll have a procedure on Saturday to remove several Basal-cell carcinoma skin cancer spots.
Hogan said the procedure was unrelated to his previous cancer treatment. The governor said he doesn’t expect to miss any work after the out-patient procedure.
Hogan was announced he was diagnosed with B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma in June 2015, just five months after he was sworn into office.
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