Gov. Larry Hogan is expected to go back to the hospital Friday for his fourth round of chemotherapy, according to his office.
Hogan, who as been receiving treatment for cancer at three-week intervals, is expected to stay in Tuesday. In his previous stays at University of Maryland hospital, he has gone through five-day cycles of 24-hour chemo to treat his non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
The governor previously reported that his doctors had assured him the 95 percent of the cancer had been eradicated. Hogan said he will complete all six cycles to make sure no tumors remain.
Before returning for treatment, Hogan stepped out with his wife, Yumi, Thursday evening to attend an Annapolis fundraiser for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's campaign for the GOP nomination for president.