Sen. McCain undergoes surgery, reported in stable condition

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Defense contractors face mounting cyber threats Wild ride in the stock market will continue during the Trump era MORE (R-Ariz.) is in stable condition after he underwent surgery Sunday for an intestinal infection, his office announced Monday. McCain suffered an intestinal infection that required surgery, according to his congressional office.

But since December, the senator has been recovering from the effects of the treatment at his home in Arizona. He has had physical therapy at home in Cornville, Ariz., while he has worked to maintain his duties as the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee. While he's been away from Washington, he's continued to be involved with current events, including President Donald Trump's handling of Syria.

'He continues to inspire me everyday with his intense grit and determination, ' she added. "Thank you to the doctors at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix and to everyone who is praying for him", The View star wrote.

Doctors not involved in McCain's treatment told AZCentral that complications like the one the senator was treated for is common in people undergoing brain-cancer treatment. He subsequently underwent surgery to remove an aggressive, primary glioblastoma tumor.

'I knew when I took this job there would be times I'd have to publicly talk about it in real time, it's the choice I made and my family made, ' she said. It's a very poor prognosis.

While in Arizona, McCain's office has issued regular statements about his positions on all manner of policy. "On Friday, July 14, Sen". Scanning done since the procedure (a minimally invasive craniotomy with an eyebrow incision) shows that the tissue of concern was completely resected by imaging criteria.

McCain's Mayo Clinic care team declined to be interviewed about the senator's health. Our thoughts remain with John and his family during his brain cancer battle.