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By Emily Miller
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Topic - John Eckstein
The long-awaited release of Sen. John McCain's medical records show the presumptive Republican presidential nominee is a cancer-free 71-year-old with a strong heart and threw the health issue back into the court of his likely — and younger — opponent, Sen. Barack Obama. TWT EDITORIAL: Jindal for vice president? TWT EDITORIAL: Lock and load, and wedlock
"Senator McCain enjoys excellent health and displays extraordinary energy," said Dr. John Eckstein, one of a team of Mayo physicians who attend to the senator. "And while it's impossible to predict any person's future health, I and my colleagues can find no medical reasons or problems that would preclude Senator McCain from fulfilling all the duties and obligations of the president of the United States."
Dr. Eckstein, an internal medicine specialist, said "there is no concern about prostate cancer."