A new report out Wednesday has now confirmed that longtime Arizona Senator John McCain has been diagnosed with brain cancer. According to statements reportedly released by doctors, McCain, was treated for a blood clot on Friday -- that has now been determined to be cancer.
McCain, 80, has served Arizona as one of its longest senators since at least 1987. According to McCain's family, he, remains at home "resting and comfortably recovering" while other options are explored to help treat the newly discovered cancer.
A statement from McCain's office reads.
The Senator and his family are reviewing further treatment options with his Mayo Clinic care team. Treatment options may include a combination of chemotherapy and radiation," it said.
McCain's office said in a statement that Mc...