ONEONTA, N.Y. – After battling bladder cancer in 2016, state Sen. James Seward announced Wednesday that the cancer has returned.
Seward says he will undergo treatments for the next several weeks that will limit his availability and may affect his normal district schedule. However, his offices will remain open in his absence.
“While I will be taking some time to concentrate on getting better, my offices will remain open and my capable staff will continue to assist constituents with their state-related needs,” said Seward.
Seward has offices at 41 Main St. in Oneonta and 235 N. Prospect St. in Herkimer.
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