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Hogan nearing end of cancer treatment

Hogan nearing end of cancer treatment

Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday he is nearing the end of his cancer treatment.

"I'm feeling great, and I've been cancer free for nearly a year," Hogan told reporters at a blood drive for the Red Cross held outside the governor's mansion in Annapolis.

Hogan's non-Hodgkin's lymphoma went into remission about a year ago and he has been doing monthly chemotherapy treatments since then. At the time of remission, his doctors said the chance for relapse was low.

"Once a month I go in and get a little booster, just to make sure it doesn't recur," the governor said. "I'm completely cancer free, and I have one more treatment, and then I'll be hopefully done...

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