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Former Nevada Sen. Harry Reid treated for pancreatic cancer

16 May 2018

Senator Chuck Schumer, Reid's successor as Senate Democratic leader, said in a Twitter post: "Spoken to family and it seems @SenatorReid's operation went well". John McCain, who has been undergoing treatment for brain cancer, tweeted a statement wishing Reid well "from one cantankerous senator to another".

Reid underwent the surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore to remove a tumor from his pancreas, which was spotted during a routine screening, according to a statement released by his family.

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He was diagnosed with glioblastoma last July.

Nevada's longest-serving senator helped propel the passage of President Barack Obama's signature health care law, blocked the development of a nuclear waste dump in Nevada and built a well-organized Democratic machine in the state.

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Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada, who was recruited by Reid to replace him, wished him a speedy recovery.

Reid, 78, has spent most of his time in retirement in Las Vegas and has traveled to Washington just a handful of times, according to a person familiar with his travels. "He'll beat cancer too", she said in a statement.

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House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) tweeted, "Harry Reid has never been one to shy from a fight, and this is surely no different". "Harry is a fighter - literally and figuratively - I know he is going to approach his recovery with the same energy and tenacity and resolve that defined his public life".

Former Nevada Sen. Harry Reid treated for pancreatic cancer