After undergoing surgery and a course of chemotherapy, Julie Walters said she was doing "really well."
“The aggressive surgical plan was my best shot at preventing a cancer recurrence after discovering my nasty BRCA1 gene mutation during my shocking cancer diagnosis as a healthy, 30-year-old woman.”
"The elephant in the room is that many of our patients are dying and there is often nothing we can do to change that."
In a Friday interview, the longtime "Jeopardy!" host said he's “not afraid of dying.”
The "Jeopardy!" host has been battling stage 4 pancreatic cancer and underwent chemotherapy earlier this year.
Hair, of course, is mostly dead. I am concerned with living.
Reid underwent surgery Monday to remove a tumor, according to his family.
Adversary. Plague. Enemy. In the years that I’ve worked in oncology, those are some of the words I’ve heard used to describe
You "roar," Julia.
"She made sure those babies would live. She traded her life,” her brother says.