CA-Sen: Carly Fiorina Hospitalized for Treatment of Infection
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina poses for a photo with Ross Amin while visiting a a phone bank at Republican headquarters in Sacramento, Calif., Sunday, Oct. 24, 2010
U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina’s Chief of Staff Deborah Bowker today issued the following statement:
“Carly learned more than a year and a half ago that she, like millions of women, had breast cancer. After successfully battling cancer, she had reconstructive surgery this summer and remains cancer free today. However, this morning Carly came down with an infection associated with the reconstructive surgery and, as a result, she was admitted to the hospital to receive antibiotics to treat this infection. While this will impact her campaign schedule today, Carly is upbeat and her doctors expect her to make a quick and full recovery and be back out on the campaign trail soon. Carly is looking forward to getting back to her full campaign schedule and to defeating Barbara Boxer on November 2.”
It is my understanding that Carly will be making a quick recovery and will be on the campaign trail very soon. IV antibiotics are easily administered and any incision and drainage can be accomplished relatively easily. I would say that depending upon the spread of the infection and any associated malaise, Carly should be back within a day or so.
I did note that she was speaking over the weekend with a hoarse throat/voice and all of the run around campaigning cannot be too good for your general health.
So, my advice to Carly is to take it easy and take a few days off, if need be.