Jeff Bridges shares cancer update, says tumor has shrunk ‘to the size of a marble’

American actor, Jeff Bridges has shared update on his cancer following his recovery from non-Hodgkin lymphoma and a significant case of COVID-19 in 2021.

According to a recent cover article for AARP magazine, Bridges was taking a vacation from his television show “The Old Man” when he “was doing some exercises while on the ground and felt what seemed like a bone in my stomach.”

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Bridges’ wife, Susan Geston, suggested he get checked out, but he was afraid to go because he wasn’t in pain.

“I’m hiking and feeling great. My shins really itch, and I think, Oh, I just got, you know, dry skin,” Bridges recalled. “Then I had night sweats, but thought, That’s just hot summer nights. It turns out those are lymphoma symptoms.”

Bridges said that his tumor has now shrunked “to the size of a marble,” that he has recovered from Covid, and that he is currently filming Season 2 of “The Old Man.”

“I didn’t think I’d ever work again, really,” he recalled. “So at first I said, ‘Well, we’ll see.’ But eventually that became, ‘Maybe I can.’ I have to admit that I was still frightened of going back to work. Then I began to think of my recovery as a gift being presented.”

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