"No pain, no gain. Perform like a Raven," Hogan tweeted Saturday following a method to eliminate cancerous cells out of his face.
The tweet contained a photo of himself with a bandage on either aspect of his head, giving a thumbs up while donning Baltimore Ravens gear ahead of the NFL team's playoff game against the Buffalo Bills (which Buffalo won 17-3).
Hogan, who celebrated five decades of being cancer-free past summer following a battle with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma at 2015, was recently diagnosed with early-stage skin cancer known as basal and squamos cell carcinoma, FOX 5 at Washington, D.C., reported.
On Wednesday, the Republican governor known as the outpatient procedure"small" and said that he likely would not need any more treatment, the Baltimore Sun reported.
Hogan had a skin removed a couple of weeks back and at 2018. He said his most recent processes had been"another pop up of that stuff. Nevertheless, it's not anything serious," that the Sun reported.
Hogan has been able to take care of his duties as governor despite the medical procedure. On Friday he announced a state of crisis in Maryland, which boundaries D.C., amid heightened security measures before President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration Wednesday, according to FOX 5.
He previously called on President Trump to resign after the deadly riot in the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.