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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan speaks during a news conference about his cancer diagnoses in Annapolis on Monday. Hogan has "very advanced" and "very aggressive" cancer of the lymph nodes, but he said Monday he will continue to work as the state's chief elected official. (Algerina Perna/The Baltimore Sun via AP)
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan speaks during a news conference about his cancer diagnoses in Annapolis on Monday. Hogan has "very advanced" and "very aggressive" cancer of the lymph nodes, but he said Monday he will continue to work as the state's chief elected official. (Algerina Perna/The Baltimore Sun via AP)

Many lymphoma patients take chemo in stride

As Gov. Larry Hogan undergoes chemotherapy in the coming months, he could face a slew of side effects including nausea, hair loss, lack of appetite and general fatigue. But that doesn't mean he'll face a serious disruption in his ability to govern; many patients facing the same medical challenges manage the side effects and maintain a relatively ...

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