Stephen Fry reveals secret cancer battle in video


Stephen Fry opened up about his private battle with prostate cancer in a video message on Friday.

"It all seemed to go pretty well", he said, apologizing for his inability to talk about the cancer until now.

He continued "For the moment I'm fit and well and happy and I just wanted to let you know because rumours had started to swirl".

Obviously, fans rushed to send their well-wishes to the presenter, as one wrote: "I wish you well. a courageous decision and a very worthwhile message".

The actor was offered the choice of radiotherapy or having his prostate removed to treat cancer and he chose surgery.

Actor Stephen Fry arrives for a Service of Thanksgiving for the life and work of Lord Snowdon at Westminster Abbey in London, Britain April 7, 2017.

Stephen went with option two and surgeons also had to take out 11 lymph nodes, with some turning out to have cancer as well.

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"These are the things the prostate give out if it's under attack from some sort of tumor", Fry, 60, says in the clip of the protein produced by prostate cells.

In the video on his site, he said: "You have to recover and that's what I've been doing".

The Sun reports that the TV veteran confirmed he underwent a lifesaving operation in January and is now cancer-free.

"My family and my divine and darling husband were fabulous, and the few friends who have known have been discreet and kind about it". "I won't know for sure until my PSA levels are checked".

He said: "Cancer is a word that rings in your head". I know its a cliche, but you dont think its going to happen to you? cancer is something that happens to other people. "I generally felt my life was saved by this early intervention", he said.

Fry said that he and his doctors believe that all of the cancer had been removed along with his prostate, but urged men of his age to receive regular screenings for screenings.