Marcia Cross, who starred in "Melrose Place" and "Desperate Housewives," revealed in September 201
LFO's Devin Lima, who appeared here at the 2006 Grammys, was diagnosed with stage 4 adrenal cancer in October 2017. His bandmate Brad Fischetti sent the fans the news via a social media video.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus announced in September 2017 that she is suffering from breast cancer. Louis -Dreyfus wrote that "every eighth woman has breast cancer, today it's me."
The actress Kate Walsh of "Gray's Anatomy" showed that in 2015 she was diagnosed with a benign meningioma tumor that originated from the cladding of the brain and spinal cord. Within three days she had surgically removed the tumor.
Former CNN talk show host Larry King revealed in September 2017 that he underwent lung cancer surgery. The former smoker said he was diagnosed with stage 1 cancer after receiving a chest X-ray.
Maria Menounos was diagnosed with a brain tumor after she became dizzy in February, suffering from headaches and blurred language. The surgeon of Menounos was able to remove almost 100% of the benign tumor.
The comedian and writer Jeannie Gaffigan were operated on for nine hours on May 1 to remove a tumor from their brainstem. [19659005PromotingCancer
"Bachelor" album Lesley Murphy has used social media to document her fight against the potential cancer. In April she had a double mastectomy after a positive BRCA 2 gene mutation attempt, which greatly increases a person's risk of breast cancer.
Actor Ben Stiller revealed in October that he was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2014. The tumor was surgically removed three months later, in September 2014, and Stiller has been cancer free since then.
Hugh Jackman recently underwent basal cell carcinoma treatment, according to a social media post. The Australian actor was treated at least four times for basal cell carcinoma.
Jaime "Taboo" Gomez of the Black Eyed Peas showed in November that he has survived testicular cancer. Celebrities fight cancer