prostate cancer

Music industry veteran Joe Simpson, father of pop singers Jessica Simpson and Ashlee Simpson, has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. He underwent surgery to remove his prostate gland after being diagnosed two months ago.

Page Six reports the 56-year-old photographer has already returned to work.

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li'l boosie

Louisiana rapper Li’l Boosie responded angrily to social media followers who accuse him of lying about having cancer.

Boosie, whose real name is Torrence Hatch, posted an image of his surgical scar on Instagram.com on Sunday. In the photo caption, he wrote: ” I’m tired of these stupid motha****’s saying I ain’t have cancer sending me DMs asking why am I lying saying I had cancer/ who wants to fake or lie about something like that not me ,not a real one wtf u mad cause I asked for prayers n gottem /I don’t get it / well mf’s this my cancer scar a week after my surgery (FACTS)”

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Janet Jackson

Pop icon Janet Jackson is reportedly undergoing tests to confirm throat cancer. The 49-year-old Diva canceled dates on her world tour while she recovers from surgery to remove polyps on her vocal cords.

Tests will determine if the polyps are cancerous.

If Jackson is diagnosed with throat cancer, she will undergo chemotherapy and radiation treatments.

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After undergoing surgery today, rapper Boosie BadAzz says he is cancer-free.

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Boosie Badazz

Rapper Boosie BadAzz shocked the hip hop world when he announced that he was diagnosed with kidney cancer recently. Boosie made the announcement on Instagram.com. He quickly deleted the post, but his announcement left many unanswered questions.

Such as how can he be diagnosed with bilateral kidney cancer and he’s still on tour?

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Stuart Scott

Former ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott died Sunday morning following a long battle with cancer. He was 49.

Scott was diagnosed with appendiceal cancer (cancer of the appendix) after he underwent an emergency appendectomy in 2007. An appendectomy is a surgical procedure to remove an inflamed and painful appendix. This condition is called appendicitis.

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