March 03, 2023 – 10:19 PM
It was revealed that US President Joe Biden had a precancerous skin lesion on his chest, which was removed last month – Axios Reports.
Chief physician Friday’s report was written by Kevin O’Connor Biden underwent surgery at Walter Reed Military Hospital on February 16 as part of his comprehensive medical evaluation. The tissue sample taken from the president was then sent for testing. The result of this confirmed it About basal cell carcinomaThat is, it is the most common malignant skin tumor.
As the medical report points out, basal cell carcinoma, although malignant, rarely metastasizes, but can grow, causing more serious problems and making it more difficult to remove. All of the cancerous tissue has been successfully removed, and Biden requires no further treatment. The biopsy site has healed well and the president is still under dermatological observation as part of his ongoing health assessment.
It is customary in the United States to regularly inform the public about the president’s health. The second medical report on Biden was issued at the same time as the examination that identified the above problem. We wrote at the time that Joe Biden, at 80, remains healthy, active, and able to successfully carry out his duties. According to the report, the president is being treated for atrial fibrillation (irregular heartbeat), high cholesterol, occasional acid reflux, seasonal allergies, spinal arthritis, and mild nerve damage in his leg, but these conditions are stable. A very detailed neurological examination was also performed, which found no signs of neurological disorders such as stroke or Parkinson’s disease.
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