Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. May Return to Mayo Clinic For Treatment
Just days after telling online news outlet The Daily that he’s ‘not well’, Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. may be headed back to the Mayo Clinic, according to a report in the Chicago Sun Times.
When The Daily caught up with Jackson, who has been on medical leave since mid June, he was sitting on a stoop outside his home smoking a cigar. He said then that he has doctor appointments twice a day at George Washington University hospital.
“I go over there … at 10 [a.m.] and 1 p.m.” Jackson said.
Jackson reportedly said he is “ finding it difficult to continue his treatment because the press is staking out his home and making access to his doctor, who is within a short walking distance from his home, incredibly hard.”
“He said his doctors are considering sending him back to Mayo Clinic for treatment.”
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