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On the Campaign Trail, Few Mentions of McCain’s Bout With Melanoma
The Truth About McCain's Melanoma: He Faces a Very Low Risk | Discover Magazine
The marks are cosmetic reminders of the melanoma surgery he underwent in August The operation was performed mainly to determine whether the melanoma, a potentially fatal form of skin cancer, had spread from his left temple to a key lymph node in his neck; a preliminary pathology test at the time showed that it had not. But because such a test cannot be definitive, the surgeons, with Mr. The final pathology analysis showed no evidence of spread of the melanoma, his staff said at the time.
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McCain Diagnosed With Skin Cancer
As the presidential election draws to a close, questions have arisen regarding the health of Republican presidential nominee John McCain, and his widely known struggle with melanoma. Speculation heightened in May of this year, when the candidate released around 1, pages of medical records to a restricted group of journalists, who were given limited access. Their reports indicated that in August of , McCain underwent surgery to remove a melanoma, and that subsequent tests of his lymph nodes indicated the cancer had not spread. Since then, controversy concerning the year-old candidate's recovery has abounded throughout the blogosphere and mainstream media. Doubts about his health have become so pervasive that 47 percent of respondents in a recent poll said they were concerned that McCain would not finish a single term as president in good health.
By Jeff Mason. Republican presidential candidate John McCain, who has suffered from skin cancer in the past, said his doctor removed a spot from his face during a routine checkup in Phoenix on Monday. McCain said the spot on the right side of his face, which an aide described as being like a mole, would be checked to ensure it was not cancerous. The Arizona senator discussed the spot while speaking to journalists at an oil field in Bakersfield, California, where he was pushing his energy agenda. McCain, who turns 72 in August, has had four malignant melanomas -- a potentially lethal type of skin cancer -- surgically removed since