DJ Chris Evans spoke openly on his Virgin Radio show on Monday, sharing he has been diagnosed with skin cancer.
The 57-year-old shared that his masseuse had noticed a mark on his shin, which lead to the diagnosis, which comes eight years on from his prostate cancer scare, which he was thankfully given the all-clear from.
Speaking of his skin cancer diagnosis, Chris said: "I've just got to talk briefly about my biopsy for the skin cancer issue. The best news that I got whilst I was away is that it was a positive test, so I have tested positive for skin cancer.
"Obviously better news would have been [that it was] negative. But the reason it's great news is because they've caught it as early as they can, as early as is possible." He explained his cancer is melanoma, adding: "It's as treatable as cancer can be to the extent that they call it 'stage zero'," with the cancer set to be removed on 14 September.
He spoke equally candidly about prostate cancer in 2015, telling his fans: "Prostate cancer, and colon cancer of course, are one of the most survivable forms of cancer there is, if caught early enough. If not, one of the least.
"It's a fine line between life and death, happiness and tragedy," he said, before he was given the all clear.
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