It is news that nobody wants to hear.
U.S. Senator John McCain has been diagnosed with brain cancer – an aggressive type called glioblastoma. His family is currently considering a combined treatment that consists of chemotherapy and radiation.
Last week, doctors removed a blood clot above the Arizona Senator’s left eye and according to McCain’s staff, glioblastoma played a role in the clot.
Friends, family and many current and former delegates within the political community, including former U.S. President Barack Obama, have expressed encouragement and support for the 80-year-old.