Former Small Faces frontman and solo sex god, Rod Stewart, was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, which is considered a common thyroid disorder, in 1999 – an event he says, that has profoundly affected his life. At first, it was thought that the rock star had a benign vocal nodule (another common occurrence among singers who […]
Nick Ashford, who enjoyed a great career with wife Valerie Simpson during which they wrote hit Motown songs such as “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”, “Reach Out and Touch Somebody’s Hand” and “I’m Every Woman”, died as a result of throat cancer at the age of 70 in April 2011. Ashford, from Michigan, met Valerie […]
Images of Michael Douglas recently appeared in The National Enquirer in which the actor looked exceptionally frail and emaciated, suggesting that the Wallstreet star – who has been diagnosed with cancer, might not have long to live. A representative for the actor spoke out against any reports that the star might be ailing, telling GossipCop.com the speculation […]
Five months after being diagnosed with late-stage throat cancer, Michael Douglas has revelaed that his tumor is gone and that he is confident that he has beaten the cancer.
The veteran actor, who recently completed eight gruelling weeks of cancer treatment, is already preparing for his next role as the larger-than-life flamboyant pianist Liberace in Soderbergh’s upcoming biopic.
One look at the most recent photo of Michael Douglas and it is clear to see that the star is on the road to recovery.
Fans and media feared the worst when Michael Douglas was pictured looking gaunt and fragile, but recent health updates indicate the star is on the mend.
Hollywood and dieting are two terms that go hand in hand. But whereas the majority of celebrities are constantly striving to knock off the pounds, cancer-stricken Michael Douglas has been put on a diet to do just the contrary.
The National Enquirer recently hit the stands with a shocking picture of Michael Douglas looking frail and gaunt and citing friends of the cancer-stricken actor expressing their fears that he only has three months to live.
After eight intensive weeks of chemotherapy and radiation to treat his stage IV throat cancer, Michael Douglas has just one more session to get through.