‘Jurassic Park’ Star Sam Neill Reveals Diagnosis for ‘Ferocious Type’ of Blood Cancer

Sam Neill, likely best known for playing paleontologist Dr. Alan Grant in Steven Spielberg’s original “Jurassic Park” franchise films, has recently revealed that he’s receiving treatment for stage-three blood cancer.
The 75-year-old actor told the BBC this week that he was diagnosed with “a ferocious type of aggressive” non-Hodgkin lymphoma about 12 months ago, explaining that his initial thoughts were, “I’m crook, I’m dying.”
Neill first noticed that he was experiencing swollen glands during a publicity tour for “Jurassic World: Dominion” in March last year.
In an interview published in the Guardian on March 17, Neill said that the first rounds of chemotherapy treatment failed, but he’s now cancer-free after switching to a relatively new anti-cancer drug that he will have to take on a monthly basis for the rest of his life….

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