Terry Bradshaw cancer free after bladder cancer treatment, skin cancer – The Hollywood Reporter
Terry Bradshaw has revealed that he is now cancer-free after being treated for the last year.
NFL commentator and former Pittsburgh Steelers player addressed his condition on the October 2 episode of Fox NFL Sunday.
“In November, I was diagnosed with bladder cancer. I went to Yale University Medical Center for treatment and as of today, I am bladder cancer free. Okay, that’s good news,” he told viewers and Fox NFL Sunday dashboard.
Bradshaw also shared that he has been battling a form of skin cancer, which is described as rare and mainly develops in older people, according to the Mayo Clinic.
“In March, feeling good, I had neck pain, I went for an MRI and now we have discovered a tumor in my left neck,” he recalls. “And it was a Merkle cell tumor, a rare form of skin cancer. So I had that surgery done at MD Anderson [Cancer Center] in Houston. “
The NFL legend did not reveal any other details, but reiterated that he is “cancer-free” and appreciates the support of his fans.
“Guys, I may not look like the old me, but I feel like the old me,” he said. “I don’t have cancer. I feel great and in time I will be back to normal. So I appreciate your prayers and concern.”
The discussion was prompted by the football legend that was aired in a previous episode of the show.
“I’m out of breath and Howie [Long] helped me and a lot of people have asked me what’s wrong, what happened to me and I just want to sort it out and let you guys know what’s happened in my life,” the midfielder said. Hall of Fame explains.