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Austin faces more criticism for delayed notification of cancer diagnosis, hospitalization

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Walter Reed officials confirmed Defense Secretary Austin underwent a minimally invasive surgical procedure to treat prostate cancer in December. He's faced criticism for not immediately notifying President Biden and other senior officials about his hospitalization and complications. Both the White House and Pentagon are conducting internal reviews into the controversy. Nick Schifrin reports.

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