WASHINGTON — John McCain, the six-term Arizona senator as well as Republican presidential nominee in 2008, has chosen to discontinue medical attention for his brain cancer, his family said Friday.
In an argument, the family unit said McCain has surpassed expectations for survival, but "the progress of disease additionally, the inexorable coming of age render their verdict." Your family added, "With his usual determination, bigger now chosen to discontinue medical care."
The senator, would you be 82 monday, may be outside of the Capitol since December.
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