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Topic - Vere White
California Gov. Jerry Brown is being treated for early stage prostate cancer, but the 74-year-old chief executive plans to maintain his regular schedule as he undergoes radiation therapy over the next month, said his office, which released a statement from Brown's oncologist calling his prognosis "excellent."
Many men who are diagnosed with prostate cancer do not need to undergo treatment, but given the governor's apparent good health, it was likely an easier decision to pursue radiation, said De Vere White, who also is not involved in Brown's treatment.