Governor Larry Hogan to undergo minor surgery to remove early-stage skin cancer
ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Maryland Governor Larry Hogan says he will undergo minor surgery to remove early-stage skin cancer.
Hogan made the announcement at the end of an interview about the state’s legislative session on Wednesday. He says he received the results of a biopsy and has “early-stage squamous cell carcinoma” and will undergo the procedure on Friday to remove it from his face and shoulder.
In early 2018, Hogan was treated for basal-cell and squamous-cell skin cancer. He says while it’s “kind of another pop up of that stuff, it’s nothing serious.”