Entertainer Dustin Diamond has been determined to have malignant growth. His group shared the news on Thursday, only days after the Saved by the Bell star was hospitalized for a “genuine,” however obscure explanation.
“As of now we can affirm that Dustin has malignant growth,” a message on Diamond’s true Facebook account peruses. “Dustin will unveil more data once it is accessible and an arrangement pushing ahead is made.”
Group Diamond incorporated a location for fans to send cards.
“We request that everybody regard Dustin’s protection during this troublesome time,” the post finishes up. “All inspiration and petitions are valued.”
Precious stone, most popular for playing geeky Screech Powers, was hospitalized throughout the end of the week in Florida. On Wednesday, his reps revealed to Yahoo Entertainment the 44-year-old entertainer stayed there as specialists ran a battery of tests.
“We’ll have a superior answer after all the tests are done,” his group shared. “However, they are doing a huge load of tests on him. We’re simply expecting a rapid recuperation.”
Group Diamond discloses to Entertainment Weekly the entertainer got a phase four disease analysis. Concerning what sort of disease, they said the entertainer will deliver an explanation when a conventional finding has been made. They called the determination “genuine” and said he has begun chemotherapy.
“He’s going through chemo so he will be there at any rate one more week and afterward we will sort out when he will return home,” his rep tells EW. “By one week from now, we’ll have a vastly improved comprehension of the seriousness of his condition and what medicines he will require so that he’s agreeable.”
Precious stone is feeling “fine” today, as indicated by the rep, and better than when he was admitted to the emergency clinic.
“He was blurring in and out, feeling drowsy and tired. On top of this he additionally has shingles, so he’s been in a great deal of agony,” the representative said.
Hurray Entertainment connected with Diamond’s group, however didn’t quickly get a reaction.