One-year mark for Senator McCain’s cancer diagnosis

July 19 will mark one year since Arizona Senator John McCain was diagnose with Glioblastoma, an aggressive and deadly form of brain cancer. We’ll talk about McCain’s progress and the type of cancer he has. Dr. Michael Lawton, president and CEO of Barrow Neurological Institute, will tell us more.

Last month we had doctors from TGen give us an overview and treatment update on Glioblastoma which you can watch here.

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Dr. Michael Lawton: President and CEO, Barrow Neurological Institute

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