Oh no. In unfortunate news today, ESPN news anchor Stuart Scott confirmed that his cancer has returned and he will be returning to chemo therapy. However, Stuart say he will still continue to fight the disease, work, and work out. Stay strong Stuart!
Oh no. Game of Thrones actor Wilko Johnson has been diagnosed with terminal cancer of the pancreas and has decided to not receive treatment. The British actor is 65 years old and we wish him the absolute best in his newest and most difficult battle.
Oh no. It’s just been released that Sir Ian McKellen, the star who plays Gandalf in Lord of The Rings and The Hobbit, has been living with prostate cancer for the past 6 to 7 years. McKellen stated that he gets checked regularly and that it isn’t spreading. And, apparently, there hasn’t been need to treat it yet so we have to imagine that’s a good thing. We wish him all the best.
Dancing with the Stars contestant Brooke Burke shocked audiences when she announced that she had thyroid cancer. But, Brooke seems in good spirits about it and tweeted this final photo saying, “last look” and “here we go”. We wish her all the best!
Spice Girl Mel B goes topless for breast cancer awareness group CoppaFeel. Mel B enlisted her husband, Stephen Belafonte, to “CoppaFeel” of her boobs. CoppaFeel’s agenda is to raise breast cancer awareness by reminding women to check themselves for breast cancer regularly.
Actress Kathy Bates has just revealed that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer and had to undergo a double mastectomy. Kathy says she will not have to do radiation treatment, and that everything went well and can’t wait to get back to work. Way to stay strong, Kathy! We wish you a full recovery!
Many celebrities came together Friday night to help raise money for the fight against cancer. Katie Couric and Robert Pattinson talked on stage, and Alicia Keys, Tim McGraw, Coldplay all performed at the Stand Up to Cancer telethon. Taylor Swift even debuted her newest song “Ronan”. Check it out above and don’t forget to visit the American Cancer Society website!