Sen. John McCain in stable condition following surgery for infection

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McCain, 81, underwent surgery at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix to treat an intestinal infection related to diverticulitis on Sunday, his office revealed in a statement.

The family of Senator John McCain has announced the politician is in a "stable condition" following an operation for an intestinal infection related to diverticulitis.

The statement also included a progress report on McCain's treatment and condition while he's been recovering in his home state.

McCain has had frequent visits from family, friends and Senate colleagues. He's at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix.

Premium cable net HBO has started production on a documentary about Arizona Senator John McCain. "McCain has been participating in physical therapy at his home in Cornville, Ariz., as he recovers from the side effects of cancer treatment", McCain's office said in a statement.

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In "The Restless Wave: Good Times, Just Causes, Great Fights, and Other Appreciations", the Arizona Republican will offer "his no-holds-barred opinions on the current developments coming out of Washington", the publisher said. It's a very poor prognosis. "Now we're going to do what we can, get the best doctors we can find and do the best we can.' And at the same time celebrate with gratitude a life well lived", John said.

Doctors say a glioblastoma is a particularly aggressive type of brain tumor that digs tentacle-like roots into normal brain tissue.

In July 2017, McCain revealed that he had undergone a procedure to remove a blood clot from above his left eye at the Mayo Clinic.

McCain returned to Congress and maintained a relatively regular congressional schedule through the fall, as he was undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments.

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