Doctors will give an update on Sept. 17 about the condition of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, who has been hospitalized with an abdominal tumor since Wednesday, Sept. 10. Watch the live stream announcement right here.
The public will get an update on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford‘s health when Dr. Zane Cohen of Mount Sinai Hospital speaks during a news conference at 5 p.m. ET on Sept. 17. Watch here.
Rob Ford Health Update Live Stream: Toronto Mayor’s Condition Revealed — Watch
Rob Ford, who withdrew his re-election bid on Sept. 12 to seek treatment for his tumor, was admitted to Humber River Hospital in Toronto on Sept. 10. He was later transferred to Mount Sinai Hospital on Sept. 11.
His family have been visiting him in the hospital for the past week, but haven’t revealed any details about his health, according to CBC News, save for this statement from Mayor Ford’s brother Doug Ford.
“Our family’s strong, Rob’s strong and with all the support of the people, that’s what keeps us going,” said Doug, who has stepped in to run for mayor of Toronto in his brother’s place.
Rob Ford Apologizes To Toronto For Drug & Alcohol Use
Mayor Ford spent two months at Greenstone Rehab Facility in Muskoka, Canada in May 2014. He checked into Greenstone after a video surfaced on April 30 of him allegedly smoking what appeared to be crack-cocaine.
Rob held a press conference at Toronto City Hall on June 30 to apologize for his controversial behavior.
“I learned about things like triggers and what happens when you have uncontrollable cravings. I learned that my addiction is really a disease, a chronic medical disease that will require treatment for the rest of my life,” Rob admitted at the time.
He went on to say that he is “ashamed, embarrassed, and humiliated,” and that he never meant to “embarrass the city.”
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