After Cancer Diagnosis, John McCain Says This Is What He Wants to Be Remembered For

politics
September 10, 2017

Recently, Senator John McCain opened up about his horrible cancer diagnosis. He said he is facing a “very vicious” form of cancer but is maintaining hope.

"The prognosis is pretty good ... This is a very vicious form of cancer that I'm facing," McCain said on CNN. “All the results so far are excellent. Everything is fine. I have just more energy than ever ... I'm just fine."

While McCain has created a bit of controversy around the nation for political reasons, many people from other parties came together to express their sympathy for McCain and also offer their prayers.

McCain returned to work in the Senate last week. He is currently undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments for the illness.

Recently, McCain opened up in an interview about the one thing he wants people to remember him for. He said he wished people will remember whims someone who honorably served America.

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"Made a lot of mistakes, made a lot of errors, but served his country, and I hope we could add honorably," he said.

The cancer he as diagnosed wit is called a glioblastoma. It is one of the most aggressive types of brain tumors to be diagnosed with.

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