Last month the Toronto mayor was diagnosed with a rare but aggressive type of malignant tumour.
Ford's family confirmed that while his tumour has not shrunk, it has also not grown in size.
Ford is also battling pneumonia and is due to begin a third round of chemotherapy at Mount Sinai hospital on Monday.
The cancer diagnosis forced Ford to withdraw from the mayor's race last month. Instead, he won a council seat in the northwest Toronto ward currently held by his brother, who ran for mayor but finished second to John Tory.
Tory will be officially sworn in in December.
The are reports that Ford's doctor will provide an update about his treatment on Monday.