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Reports Indicate John McCain’s Surgery Might Be More Serious Than Thought

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Monday, 17 July 2017 ()

Reports Indicate John McCain’s Surgery Might Be More Serious Than ThoughtSen. John McCain, the longtime Republican senator from Arizona, is recovering at home Monday after surgery to remove a blood clot above his left eye.

A statement from his office says the clot was found during a routine physical last …
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(CNN)While fellow Republicans work next week on the new version of the health care bill, Sen. John McCain will be recovering in Arizona after having a blood clot from above his left eye removed. McCain's office said the blood clot was discovered during an annual physical and removed Friday at the...

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