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Stephen Fry revealed he has made some changes to his life after battling prostate cancer back in 2018.
The 61-year-old TV star told MailOnline: 'I’m eating better and exercising more, but it hasn’t changed my perspective on life, I’m just carrying on.'
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The comedian revealed earlier this year that that he had no symptoms before he was diagnosed with the disease at the end of 2017.
The actor underwent an operation to have his prostate removed in February last year.
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He previously said: 'Cancer is just something that rings in your head. 'I've got cancer', I went around saying to myself; 'Good heaven's Stephen you're not the sort of person who gets cancer'.'
He said: 'Here's hoping I get another few years left on this planet because I enjoy life at the moment and that's a marvellous thing to be able to say and I'd rather it didn't go away.'
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Fry, who noted he had no symptoms to indicate any problems with his prostate cancer before his diagnosis, described...
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