Tas A-G has mixed mind tumours
Tasmania’s Attorney-General Vanessa Goodwin has been diagnosed with mixed mind tumours.
Premier Will Hodgman pronounced Dr Goodwin was diagnosed with mixed tumours on her mind after she was taken to Royal Hobart Hospital by ambulance on Friday after apropos intensely unwell.
“Needless to contend it’s intolerable and pathetic news for all of us who work with her, and all of us who know her,” he told reporters on Saturday.
Mr Hodgman pronounced Dr Goodwin would sojourn in sanatorium to accept serve tests for a clearer diagnosis.
“I will revisit shortly to see how she is and obtain some serve information about her condition,” he said.
“The many critical thing is that she accept that diagnosis and she does so with a support.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with her.”
The premier says he will be holding over Dr Goodwin’s portfolios and a roles of behaving attorney-general, apportion for justice, corrections, and a arts.
“I don’t know how prolonged she will be compulsory to stay in hospital,” Mr Hodgman said.
“I will take shortcoming for her portfolios and safeguard what needs to occur … can continue.”
The premier pronounced Dr Goodwin’s diagnosis and deficiency from council would impact a lot of people, including her staff and colleagues who “love her to bits”.
“I’ve famous Vanessa all my life. We were innate dual days apart, a relatives were best friends,” Mr Hodgman said.
“I cruise her one of my tighten friends, one of my many devoted and arguable workmates.”
The premier pronounced Dr Goodwin’s mom died of a same condition in 2016.
Labor Senator for Tasmania Carol Brown and a state Labor celebration have voiced their support for Dr Goodwin.
“This is unusually unhappy news,” antithesis personality Rebecca White pronounced in a statement.
“She is really most in a thoughts,” Tasmanian Greens personality Cassy O’Connor said.
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