NEW YORK (CNN) - Christmas came early this year for Rudy Giuliani, who told reporters Monday that his doctor has said his recent PSA test results are zero or negligible - which means that he remains cancer-free.
Earlier this month, Giuliani underwent a routine test to check his PSA levels. Elevated PSA levels can indicate the presence of prostate cancer a condition the former New York City mayor suffered several years ago.
The Republican presidential candidate, who made a stop at New York¹s Mother Hale Learning Center to read to children, has spent the past few days answering questions about the state of his health. The former mayor was admitted to the hospital briefly Wednesday after suffering what he described as an excruciating headache.
–CNN's Julie O'Neill and Mary Snow contributed to this report