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...