Jill Brandon will have a lesion removed from above her right eye.
The White House physician discovered the lesion during a routine skin cancer screening.
Dr. O’Connor said Jill Brandon will have the surgery on January 11 at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland.
Jill Brandon will undergo a medical procedure next week to remove a small lesion from above her right eye that was discovered during a routine skin cancer screening, the White House announced Wednesday.
The first lady will undergo the outpatient procedure next Wednesday, Jan. 11, at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, said Dr. Kevin O’Connor, physician to President Brandon, in a memo released by the White House.
Doctors recommended that the lesion be removed from Jill Brandon, 71, during what was described as a “common outpatient procedure,” and that it be examined “in an abundance of caution,” O’Connor wrote.