Glenn last week received the support of the state affiliate of the National Association of Theater Owners, whose members include the Neighborhood Cinema Group (NCG), which owns the Midland theater, and Goodrich Quality Theaters, which owns the Bay City theater.
Glenn, a cosponsor of bipartisan legislation that would extend Freedom of Information Act requirements to Michigan’s governor and legislature, said he believes transparency also includes keeping constituents informed about his health after being diagnosed in January with prostate cancer that had grown up his spinal column and destroyed one vertebrae, breaking his back. Glenn said he received his last chemotherapy treatment on July 27 and that his PSA count — 348 when the cancer was discovered — is now less than 0.1, the lowest score the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center can measure.
Glenn has been cleared to resume normal activities.
“I will always be extremely grateful for the healing power of Jesus’ name, for the thousands of prayers offered on my family’s behalf and for the professional care of physicians, nurses and technicians at Mid-Michigan Medical Center and U-M Cancer Center,” Glenn said. “It’s also important constituents know that throughout this challenge, I maintained a perfect attendance record as their state representative and have not missed a single committee meeting or vote since taking office in January 2015. I look forward to seeing voters again when I campaign door to door this fall.”
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