Stephen Fry has prostate cancer. The British actor says in a vlog candidly about how he found out that something was wrong.
“I’m sorry that I was not able to talk about it, but here I am to explain what is going on, it starts to Fry.
“I’m just for christmas to my family doctor for a flu shot,” says the 60-year-old Fry. The doctor said concerned about the high PSA value, a protein that is exclusively by the prostate is made, after which the actor an MRI scan underwent.
After a biopsy and a PET scan was prostate cancer detected. “I thought the whole time: good God, I have cancer.”
At the beginning of January, the British actor and comedian under the knife and became aggressive cancer cells removed. “Then you have to restore and that is what I have done.” The actor still needs a number of studies to undergo to make sure that the cancer cells are not spread.