Ex-Senate candidate Ken Buck’s cancer in remission

GREELEY — Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck says his cancer is in remission.

The former Republican candidate for U.S. Senate posted on his Facebook page Monday night that there is no detectable cancer in his body after three rounds of chemotherapy. He had announced in March that he was diagnosed with lymphoma.

He wrote that he still had a few more chemotherapy sessions left to ensure the cancer remains out of his body. Buck also thanked his family and the many people who have called or written in support.

Buck unsuccessfully challenged Sen. Michael Bennet in the 2010 election. He has been the district attorney in Weld County since 2004.


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