BALTIMORE - (AP) -- In his first national television interview Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan discussed cancer, treatment and recovery on "Fox News Sunday" with Chris Wallace.
The interview, which was taped a week before it aired, focused on Hogan's illness. He was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma in June, five months after he was sworn in as governor. Hogan said when he received his diagnosis he worried how to tell his family; three days later he announced it to the public.
Hogan said he and his doctors decided to take an aggressive approach, and underwent six rounds of chemotherapy, each round lasting five days. Hogan said he and his staff would hold meetings in the hospital conference room while he was undergoing treatment.
Hogan announced last week that his cancer is in remission.
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