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Louie Anderson hospitalized with cancer
January 18th, 2022 under Sick Bay. [ Comments: none ]

Louie Anderson is in the hospital because the actor is battling cancer.

His publicist told E News, “​Iconic comedian Louie Anderson is currently in a Las Vegas hospital being treated for DLBCL Diffuse large B cell lymphoma, a form of cancer. He is resting comfortably.”

Hopefully, the 68-year-old is in the early stages and will beat it.

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Wayne Newton has to delay his Vegas show due to an injury
October 14th, 2021 under Sick Bay. [ Comments: none ]

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Wayne Newton was slated to begin his new show Up Close and Personal at the Flamingo in Las Vegas on October 23rd. Sadly, due to an injury, he has had to postpone it indefinitely.

Due to my recent back injury, we will be temporarily postponing the launch
of our new show at Flamingo Las Vegas. We’re disappointed, but look forward to presenting our all new edition of “Wayne -Up Close and Personal” when I am fully recovered.

We want to give you what you deserve and expect from us, the best show possible. Until then, stay safe and healthy and we’ll see you real soon.

Wayne

Hopefully, he will be better soon because he puts on one of helluva a concert.

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Bob Odenkirk is back at work after his heart attack
September 8th, 2021 under Sick Bay. [ Comments: none ]

On July 27th, Bob Odenkirk suffered a small heart attack while on the set of Better Call Saul. Then a few days later, he reassured us that he is fine.

Now 43 days, he is back on the set. Not only that, he is looking great. But then again, it could be the makeup the artist put on him.

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Bob Odenkirk is going to be OK after ‘heart related incident’
July 29th, 2021 under Sick Bay. [ Comments: none ]

Bob Odenkirk collapsed while filming Better Call Saul yesterday, and no one would say what happened. Today, we got an update.

“We can confirm Bob is in stable condition after experiencing a heart-related incident,” reps for the actor said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter. “He and his family would like to express gratitude for the incredible doctors and nurses looking after him, as well as his cast, crew and producers who have stayed by his side. The Odenkirks would also like to thank everyone for the outpouring of well wishes and ask for their privacy at this time as Bob works on his recovery.”

However, his son, Nate Odenkirk, also gave a brief but important update, “He’s going to be okay.”

When it comes to production of the show, THR says they were halfway through filming the sixth and final season of the show. When he is ready to go back to work, they will restart production.

But that is neither here nor there, right now. He just needs to focus on getting better. Get well soon!

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James Michael Tyler reveals he has stage 4 prostate cancer
June 21st, 2021 under Friends (cast), Sick Bay. [ Comments: 4 ]

Everyone has been talking about the Friends reunion for the last few weeks. However, there is someone else from the show we should have been talking about.

James Michael Tyler sat down with Today today, and he shared with them that he has stage 4 prostate cancer. The actor, who played Gunther on the sitcom was diagnosed in 2018.

Since then, it has spread to his bones. Over the last year, it caused several bones in his back to break. Due to the broken bones, he is no longer able to walk.

In fact, Tyler revealed he is terminal. Something that didn’t need to be the case had his doctors been taking his PSA count when they drew blood and had he gone to the doctor sooner for a check-up.

He is coming forward with his story now because he is hoping that talking about it, it can save at least one man’s life.

My father was diagnosed with prostate cancer via a PSA test. After several rounds of radiation, he was cured. Prostate cancer is one of the most curable cancers if it is caught early.

So men, go to your doctors and ask them to test your PSA number with your blood. It can save your life. Us, women, deal with your little pricks; you can deal with this one every six months.

Let’s all say a prayer for James.

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