Jeff Bridges, 71, is ‘happy’ after doctors tell him his tumor has ‘shrunk dramatically’

Jeff Bridges, 71, is ‘happy’ after doctors told him his tumor has ‘shrunk dramatically’ … amid his battle against cancer

  • Bridges, 71, revealed he had been diagnosed with cancer on October 19 on social media
  • He suffers from lymphoma, which is a cancer of the lymphatic system
  • The Oscar-winner came home “cheered by the news”
  • He said he was heartbroken after learning of the US Capitol riots

Jeff Bridges is making progress in his battle with cancer of the lymphatic system.

Big Lebowski star, 71, said in a statement On their website The “new protocol” he is subject to in his health battle appears to be working.

The Academy Award winner said, “ I go get a CAT scan to see if my new protocol works for shrinking and my throwing. Turns out it works beautifully. The thing has shrunk dramatically.

The latest: Jeff Bridges, 71, said in a statement on his website that a “ new protocol ” he is subject to in his health battle with lymphoma appears to be working, after the tumor has shrunk. The beloved actor was pictured with his wife Susan earlier this month

The Hollywood veteran, in movies like Crazy Heart, Starman, The Last Picture Show, and True Grit, has said that he’s back home “happy with the news.”

Bridges said his mood began to sway after he learned of the news of the deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol.

“I turn on the TV to find out what’s going on in the world, and … well … I have nothing going on around you,” Bridges said. “Seeing our country attacking itself broke my heart.”

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Bridges said introspection led him to the familiar source of inspiration amid the deadly day, which saw extremists breaching the U.S. Capitol in protest of the 2020 election results.

Moving forward: The Academy Award winner said the tumor has `` shrunk greatly '' under a new health protocol

Moving forward: The Academy Award winner said the tumor has “ shrunk greatly ” under a new health protocol

Actor Big Lebowski, who was filmed in 2017, kept fans in his own episode of His Battle Against Cancer

Actor Big Lebowski, who was filmed in 2017, kept fans in his own episode of His Battle Against Cancer

“A question arose within me – what should a person do in such a situation?” Bridges said. Rozelle Sykes my mentor came to mind. His motto was be love.

Share many of the works of the late Sykes, an artist from Los Angeles who died in 1994, below his page.

Bridges opened up about his cancer diagnosis October 19 on social media.

“As the man says, the new S ** T has come to light,” said Bridges, quoting a line from Lipsky. I have been diagnosed with lymphoma.

Bridges opened up on social media about his cancer diagnosis

Bridges opened up on social media about his cancer diagnosis

“Although it is a serious illness, I feel fortunate to have an amazing team of doctors and the prognosis is good. I will start the treatment and keep you informed of my recovery. I am so grateful for the love and support from my family and friends.

He added, “Thank you for your invitations and your wishes … Love for Jeff.”

He later said that he was grateful for the good wishes he received amid his expectations: “I want to thank you all for your communication during this time, it feels good to have all the good wishes and love!”

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