“Do Not Say The President Has Cancer” — How Ronald Reagan’s Doctors Were Told to Reassure the Public After His Colon Cancer Surgery

Published Oct 5, 2020

“Do Not Say The President Has Cancer” — How Ronald Reagan’s Doctors Were Told to Reassure the Public After His Colon Cancer Surgery

There are enormous pressures on the physicians who treat The President. SurvivorNet was recently told a remarkable story about the team that performed colon cancer surgery on Ronald Reagan.

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