A study finds long-term evidence that actively monitoring localized prostate cancer can be a safe alternative to immediate surgery or radiation.
The Pennsylvania Democrat was diagnosed with prostate cancer in December, which he announced publicly last month.
“I’m going to be taking some time off to take care of this,” the "Today" co-host said about his diagnosis, which he noted was detected early.
The news was announced on Monday's broadcast of "Hardball."
The Colorado Democrat said he still wants to run for president if he is cancer-free following surgery.
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