Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli recently announced that he will be staying in the race for GOP nomination for governor while being treated for oropharyngeal #cancer. After doctors discovered the #cancer, lymph nodes on both sides of his neck were removed in November. While campaigning and meeting with GOP leaders and voters throughout the state, Ciattarelli has been receiving #radiation therapy treatments five days per week. Ciattarelli lauds his medical team, including Adrianna M. Hekiert, of ENT and Allergy Associates and his #surgeon, Dr. Eric M. Genden, Professor and Chairman of #Otolaryngology-Head and Neck #Surgery and Professor of #Neurosurgery, and Immunology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai: #ForYouForLife

Ciattarelli: Cancer won’t stop his gubernatorial run

Republican candidate for governor says he is undergoing treatment for cancer in his neck and is scaling back his campaign.

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