Found January 15, 2013 on
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ESPN’s Stuart Scott took to Twitter with some heartbreaking news on Monday night, informing his followers that his cancer has returned:
Scott was first diagnosed with cancer back in 2007 after an emergency appendectomy revealed a malignancy that was treated with chemotherapy, then received chemotherapy again in 2011 after more cancerous tissue was found.
As indicated in his revealing tweet, Scott still plans to work for ESPN while receiving chemo and the network says they plan on working around his treatments. After tweeting out the news, Scott went on to co-anchor the 11:00 P.M. SportsCenter show.
ESPN reporter Stuart Scott announces Monday that he is battling cancer for the third time via a separate tweet.
LA Times - Scott was first diagnosed with the disease in 2007 when doctors discovered he had cancer of the appendix while performing an appendectomy.
He underwent chemotherapy and all was well until 2011, when he revealed
that doctors found tumors in his small...
Stuart Scott is all too familiar with cancer. The ESPN personality began his battle with cancer back in 2007 when he underwent preventative chemotherapy as a precaution after cancerous cells were believed to have been found around his appendix. Things mostly settled down for a few years until Scott's doctors removed cancerous cells in 2011, again requiring the anchor to go through...
Almost 2 years to the day, we announced that ESPN's Stuart Scott was fighting cancer again. The SportsCenter host underwent chemo for a 2nd time in his life after docs found undefined cancerous...
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Sad news today in the sports media world. ESPN anchor, and much respected analyst, Stuart Scott will begin his fight with cancer for the second time.
Scott announced it to his fans via twitter on Monday night:
“Blessed by prayers..I’m back in the Fight. C reared its head again. Chemo evry 2 wks but I’ll still work, still work out..still #LIVESTRONG”
Scott was diagnosed with...
NBC Sports was vague when asked about Tom Hammond‘s status on Notre Dame football coverage next season. In other news, ESPN anchor Stuart Scott is again dealing with cancer, and ESPN reporter George Smith has left the network. NBC Vague on Hammond’s Status: NBC Sports did not confirm or deny [...]
Longtime ESPN anchor Stuart Scott announced on Twitter Monday night that he is once again battling cancer.
Blessed by prayers..I’m back in the Fight. C reared its head again. Chemo evry 2 wks but I’ll still work, still work out..still #LIVESTRONG
— Stuart Scott (@StuartScott) January 15, 2013
Scott, who is now 47 years old, was originally diagnosed with appendiceal cancer...