Youngstown bishop now in remission after fight with cancer
After another fight with cancer, well-known Bishop George Murry of the Youngstown Catholic Diocese is now in remission.
On July 3, Bishop Murry was admitted into the Cleveland Clinic for his leukemia resurfacing.
He endured a 28-day chemotherapy program and the Youngstown Catholic Diocese has confirmed the bishop is now in remission after testing.
Bishop Murry was scheduled for a bone marrow transplant this fall, but the doctors advise him not to go forward with the procedure.
According to the diocese, medical professions are working together to make sure Bishop Murry stays in remission.