Lucky to be Alive Jeff Bridges on his battle with COVID and Cancer

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Jeff Bridges explained his experience with COVID and Cancer. He said he's fortunate to be alive after almost dying from COVID when he was already battling Cancer.

Jeff Bridges explained his experience with COVID and Cancer. He said he's fortunate to be alive after almost dying from COVID when he was already battling Cancer.

The Oscar-winning star has diagnosed with lymphoma in 2020 and reminded those immunocompromised conditions that the pandemic isn't over yet.

The Oscar-winning star has diagnosed with lymphoma in 2020 and reminded those immunocompromised conditions that the pandemic isn't over yet.

The 72-year-old Jeff bridges told," I like to be alive.  And I am very close to giving up it all".

The 72-year-old Jeff bridges told," I like to be alive.  And I am very close to giving up it all". 

When he was working out in the gym he felt an extra bone in his abdomen later screened to find out a 9/12 inch tumor in his abdomen.

When he was working out in the gym he felt an extra bone in his abdomen later screened to find out a 9/12 inch tumor in his abdomen.

While there were no signs of pain and finally figured out it to be lymphoma. It was a tragic moment for him to contact with Covid-19 while he was in chemotherapy sessions.

While there were no signs of pain and finally figured out it to be lymphoma. It was a tragic moment for him to contact with Covid-19 while he was in chemotherapy sessions. 

He also recalled that COVID made his cancer look like a small problem. because it shook me out. It was a bizarre experience altogether, he concluded.

He also recalled that COVID made his cancer look like a small problem. because it shook me out. It was a bizarre experience altogether, he concluded.

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