Alex Trebek’ said he doesn’t fear death in his latest update about his battle with pancreatic cancer. The jeopardy! The host spoke to CTV News about his battle with the disease over the weekend. I’m not afraid of dying ” Trebek’ said. I’ve lived a good life, a full life and I’m nearing the end of that life if it happens, why should I be afraid of that?
The legendary host even spoke about his memorial service and commented that no one will say he died at a tragically young age. One thing they are not going to say at my funeral, as a part of a eulogy, is. He was taken from us too soon, he said While Trebek is trying to stay positive and the disease, he said the accepting death is hard for many. He said it was difficult, trying to be as optimistic as you can when the other person feels none of that. They fell only despair, Trebek’ continued. And I don’t know if I was strong enough or intelligent enough to help alleviate that despair.
He also spoke about how chemotherapy has taken a physical toll on him. Trebek’ revealed that his eyesight, ” gets messed up a little after undergoing chemotherapy, while he also experiences pain in his joints. While he lost his hair in the last round of chemotherapy, Trebek’ said that it was started to grow back. “Little fuzzy up top,” he said. About half an inch long.
But now it’s gone again and I’m back to wearing the creation of another man. ” There are weaknesses I fell in my body, but I can always suck it up when it comes to tape the show ” he added.
Trebek first revealed that he was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in March. Pancreatic cancer at that stage has a 5-year survival rat of just 9 percent.