Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday that he is feeling "pretty good" after his first round of chemotherapy last week and is not feeling side-effects such as pain and nausea.
Hogan gave an update of his medical condition as he conducted an unscheduled tour of the newly reopened Old Senate Chamber at the State House in Annapolis.
"A lot of people were expecting me to look more beat-up than I am," Hogan told reporters, state employees and a few surprised tourists. "I'm a little bit tired."
Hogan is being treated for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, which was diagnosed last month. Last week he completed five days of 24-hour chemo. The governor said his doctors were "really pleased by the results."
The governor said he will be repeating the treatment every three weeks until the therapy is complete. He said the work of government is continuing.
"We really haven't missed a beat," he said.