KATHY BATES HEALTH: ACTRESS ‘WENT BERSERK’ AFTER DIAGNOSIS OF ‘INCURABLE’ CONDITION

Kathy Bates, the Academy Award-winning actress, recently shared her battle with an “incurable” condition in an interview with Dr. Phil. She revealed her second encounter with cancer after surviving ovarian cancer.

Bates disclosed, “It’s no secret that I am an ovarian cancer survivor, nine years and counting.

But few know that several weeks ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer.” She described the emotional impact, saying, “You think American Horror Story is scary? You should’ve been in that room with me.

“I didn’t want anyone to know, but it really took a lot out of me.” Currently cancer-free, Bates faces lymphedema, an incurable condition affecting around 30 percent of breast cancer survivors, due to lymph node removal.

Related Posts

MELANIE GRIFFITH! – SAD

Melanie Griffith asked for prayers after her mother was evacuated from a wildlife sanctuary because of raging wildfires in Los Angeles. The actress wrote on Twitter: ‘Please…

Here’s What The Letter “M” On The Palm Of Your Hand Really Means

Palmistry, the art of reading palms, reveals aspects of our lives and personalities through the lines on our hands. The main lines include the Life line, Head…

Brain Teaser: Can you identify the error in this family’s dining room photo in under 15 seconds?

Can you spot the mistake in this quick IQ test teaser within 15 seconds? Take a look at the family’s dining room photo and see if you…

A Man Finds A Wallet With $700 In It.

A man finds a wallet with $700 in it. A few days later, he reads a notice stating that a wealthy man has lost his wallet and…

A Waitress Kindly Served A Homeless Man: The Girl Had No Idea What A Surprise Awaited Her!

Marina, a waitress at a local cafe, was accustomed to serving a diverse range of customers, from families with playful children to weary travelers. One sunny Sunday…

Sad – Chuck Norris

Chuck Norris’ commitment to fight cancer and spread awareness about the disease has only been strengthened by this tragedy. He now advocates for early detection and prevention….

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *