Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is beginning a second round of chemotherapy to treat non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Hogan announced on Facebook Sunday that he'll spend the next four or five days at the University of Maryland Medical Center for treatment.
He said he, "plans to have some fun in the hospital, and then get back to work."
Last week, Hogan said he is feeling strong and is grateful for all of the prayers and support.
He is expected to undergo four more rounds of chemo over the next three months.