ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Maryland Governor Larry Hogan tweeted a picture of himself following a procedure he had on Saturday to remove several Basal-cell carcinoma skin cancer spots.
The selfie shows Hogan’s face with two scars - one over his left eye and another above his nose. The Governor included the caption, "Larry - 2, Cancer - 0."
Larry - 2— Larry Hogan (@LarryHogan) February 7, 2018
Cancer - 0 pic.twitter.com/jeA6g8jsFy
Hogan announced that he was undergoing treatment for skin cancer on February 1. He said the procedure was unrelated to his previous cancer treatment. The governor said he doesn't expect to miss any work after the outpatient procedure.
He was announced he was diagnosed with B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma in June 2015, just five months after he was sworn into office. He underwent multiple rounds of chemotherapy at the University of Maryland Medical Center and in November 2015 announced he was cancer-free.