Stephen Fry done a doozy of an proclamation on Friday as he common his prostate was private after being diagnosed with prostate cancer.
The British comedian suggested that doctors detected something was wrong only before Christmas when he was removing his influenza shot.
After a slight earthy suggested aloft than normal PSA levels, a 60-year-old underwent an MRI and transrectal biopsy before he was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma, a form of carcenogenic growth — or, as Fry put it, “quite an assertive small bugger.”
The actor’s prostate as good as 11 lymph nodes were taken out in a initial week of January. To a doctors’ knowledge, a cancer has “all been got,” though Fry pronounced they won’t know for certain until his PSA levels are checked.
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