‘Jeopardy!’ horde Alex Trebek reveals he’s been diagnosed with theatre 4 pancreatic cancer
“Jeopardy!” horde Alex Trebek thanked his supporters on Thursday, describing himself as “a propitious guy,” following an escape of messages he pronounced he’s perceived in a arise of his theatre 4 pancreatic cancer diagnosis.
The longtime TV horde available a video, common on a show’s Twitter account, where he pronounced he’s listened from “hundreds of thousands of people.”
The well-wishes have come from several senders in a form of tweets, texts, emails, cards and letters, according to Trebek.
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“Now obviously, we won’t be means to respond to all of we individually, though we did wish we to know that we do review all we receive,” he said. “And we am grateful for a kind words, a prayers and a recommendation we have offered, and I’m intensely overwhelmed by a regard we have voiced in your comments to me.”
The 78-year-old suggested his cancer diagnosis in a YouTube video final week, vowing “to quarrel this” and “to keep working.”
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“And with a adore and support of my family and friends and with a assistance of your prayers also, we devise to kick a low presence rate statistics for this disease,” he pronounced during a time.
Trebek has given returned to work following his announcement, his deputy reliable to Fox News.
Fox News’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.