Senator Edward Kennedy was hospitalized last week after suffering a seizure. Today, his doctors have diagnosed the cause, a brain tumor. The malignant tumor is a very dangerous kind and will require chemotherapy and radiation.
Dr. Lee Schwamm of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, and Dr. Larry Ronan, a primary physician there, said the Massachusetts Senator has Glioma a dangerous kind of tumor that affects the central nervous system.
The Senators condition remains stable and according to his doctors, "he has had no further seizures, remains in good overall condition and is up and walking around the hospital."