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Warren Buffet Has Prostate Cancer

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But he says he feels "great." Some good news!

This afternoon, Warren Buffet's people announced that the tycoon has sadly been diagnosed with prostate cancer. Despite diagnosis, Warren released a statement explaining his condition, while serious, has yet to affect his optimistic outlook on life.

Warren explains:

"I received my diagnosis last Wednesday. I then had a CAT scan and a bone scan on Thursday, followed by an MRI today. These tests showed no incidence of cancer elsewhere in my body. My doctors and I have decided on a two-month treatment of daily radiation to begin in mid-July. This regimen will restrict my travel during that period, but will not otherwise change my daily routine."

Buffet, who is 81, feels great and said his energy level is "100%."

Seeing as how he is a billionaire investor and the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, his investors and shareholders are obviously worried.

In hopes of calming their fears, Warren told investors he has picked a successor, though he won't name him yet. He added:

"I will let shareholders know immediately should my health situation change. Eventually, of course, it will; but I believe that day is a long way off."

Way to stay positive!

With good thoughts and good energy (and billions of dollars), you'll come out of this just fine!

Get well, Warren.

[Image via Carrie Devorah/WENN.]

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5 comments to “Warren Buffet Has Prostate Cancer”

  1. 1

    Red meat?

  2. 2

    who the fuck cares what this hypocrite has…hope his cock drops off…

  3. 3

    Best wishes and hope you get well soon, from what I have heard this is one of the more treatable forms of cancer.

  4. 4

    Not alway treatable. My father was diagnosed at 50 with it. By the time he got to a doctor that was willing to go beyond saying that he had an overactive bladder, he had stage 3 prostate cancer that had spread beyond the prostate and couldn't be operated on. It eventually spread to his bones, liver, kidney's, and eventually his brain. He died 11 years later in excruciating pain, and didn't even know who his family was. My advice to anyone that is experiencing something out of the ordinary with their body…..seek a second opinion, or a third, or a fourth. That and all men over the age of 40 should start getting a PSA test and a DRE. If us women can get our annual scrape and tickle from the time that we hit puberty, then men can too.

  5. Carl Cullin says – reply to this


    Mr. Buffet - I certainly can relate to your diagnosis - I had surgery last July. I do not agree with the doctors suggestion of Radiation at first - Please reconsider - Should you go through radiation and have surgery, you may still have cancer in spottted areas. Radiation at this time will not work - Go ahead with the surgery to remove the prostate now and you will enjot great results.

    Take care,