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Should politicians tell all when it comes to medical info?

Should politicians tell all when it comes to medical info?

Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday that he hoped his openness about suffering from an aggressive form of cancer will help the estimated 70,000 people nationwide with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. "It is a disease that has touched every one of us in this room," Hogan said. "It is my hope … that I'll be able to help raise awareness that could ultimately benefit others." In his news conference, Hogan said he was diagnosed with the disease "a few days ago" and was telling the public after talking to family and members of his staff. So, how much disclosure of health information should we expect from elected officials? The federal Health Insurance...

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