German actor Eric Braeden made it clear in a video that he has cancer and is presently receiving immunotherapy.
The 82-year-old participated in a Facebook Live session toward the end of last week and disclosed that he had encountered prostate troubles while recuperating from knee replacement surgery.
A doctor then gave him a diagnosis after discovering high-grade cancer cells close to his bladder.
I’m sorry to be so honest, but I think some older males who may or may not listen to this could benefit from this, the actor remarked.
Before undergoing UroLift therapy, Braeden, who won an Emmy for playing Victor Newman on the venerable CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, had prostate issues.
Once the cancer cells were discovered, he underwent surgery to remove them, and after that he began a six-week immunotherapy course.
The 82-year-old was forthright with his supporters about his condition and advised them to lend assistance to loved ones going through a similar situation.
As Braeden stated, “I’ve learned to listen to my body more and not go all out.”
If you haven’t noticed, I’ve been feeling a little under the weather, but I’ll lick this. This idiot won’t succeed in capturing me; I will. Soon I’ll be operating at my best.
So that’s where I am right now, the actor said. I enjoy acting. I strive to win everyone over. You are a huge asset. Whenever a family member experiences this, be there for them. It might pan out. You can survive cancer thanks to the astounding advancements in modern cancer therapy.
Braeden has played the same role on The Young and the Restless on a regular basis since 1980, and he is eager to be back.
I’m still happy I can go to work, he said.
“It makes me dizzy. I enjoy acting. I’m hoping to get some laughs. And yes, I appreciate your help. It is significant.
Let’s all wish Eric Braeden the best for the future. I eagerly await the time when all cancer cases will be cured.
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