Farrah Fawcett Not as Ill as Reports Indicated

Farrah Fawcett Not as Ill as Reports Indicated-photo

UPDATE: Apparently, Farrah Fawcett's medical situation is both worse and better than initially reported.

According to Us Magazine, Fawcett's cancer has spread to her liver. The good news is, her condition is not as serious as initially believed.

Fawcett's doctor, cancer specialist Dr. Lawrence Piro—reports that Fawcett had undergone a "minor procedure" in Germany that "led to a small amount of bleeding into a muscle in her abdominal wall." Contrary to initial reports that Fawcett was unconscious, Piro notes, "She remains in good spirits with her usual sense of humor...If everything goes as we hope, we plan to discharge her later in the week.


Former Charlie's Angels star Farrah Fawcett, who has been battling cancer on and off again since 2006, has been hospitalized and is in critical condition, according to Radar Online.

The 62-year-old actress, who recently returned from Germany, where she received experimental stem-cell treatment, checked into a Los Angeles-area hospital on Thursday and is said to be in critical but stable condition. According to sources, she is unconscious.

Fawcett's long-time, on-and-off beau Ryan O'Neal and their son Redmond have been at the actress' bedside.

Fawcett was first diagnosed with anal cancer in 2006. After radiation therapy, doctors declared that she was cancer-free in February 2007, but the illness returned that May.

 

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  • truth traces
    truth traces

    she was a icon becuaseshe has help a endless amount of ladies and men for a eye-opening abuse .....she also didnot take avantage of being a celebriity in a negetive way...thanks for your contrution to the world you will be missed!!!!!

  • RANDY
    RANDY

    FARRAH AND NOW JACKSON NOT A GOOD DAY

  • Alisha
    Alisha

    I recommend Farrah Fawcett to read the Noble Quran for in it contains miracles , answers , cure for the sick ,guidance and absolute way out.........

  • charliemurphy
    charliemurphy

    Cancer is never funny. But I do have to say, the fact the writer used the phrase "anal cancer" made me giggle like a little school girl.