Craig Sager Rumors

Doctors said Sager is free to travel and he also has designs on working for NBC as a basketball reporter at the 2016 Olympics in Rio. “I have no restrictions as of now,” Sager said. But he is by no means done with treatment. On Nov. 9 Sager will return to MD Anderson to receive two daily Vidaza injections in his stomach. The medication is used to treat a group of blood/bone marrow disorders in which the bone marrow does not produce enough healthy blood cells. It is believed to work by helping bone marrow grow normal blood cells so patients will need fewer blood transfusions.
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