Cameron Mathison of 'All My Children' Shares Update on Health after a Battle with Cancer
"All My Children" alum Cameron Mathison, recently shared an update on his health status following his previous announcement that he had cancer.
Several months after he disclosed that he had been diagnosed with kidney cancer and then undergone surgery to take the tumor out, former "All My Children" actor Cameron Mathison shared a new update.
Actor Cameron Mathison visits Hallmark's "Home & Family" celebrating 'Christmas In July' at Universal Studios Hollywood on July 24, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images
The star, who provided the update to People, stated that seven months after he underwent the surgery, he has his "strength back."
Cameron observed that while his healthy lifestyle and diet prevented the tumor from growing and spreading to other areas, he felt lucky that the cancer was detected early.
Actor / TV Host Cameron Mathison on the set of Hallmark's "Home & Family" at Universal Studios Hollywood on October 30, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images
While he admitted that he didn't want to get too comfortable saying it, the "Murder, She Baked" actor felt it was okay for him to admit that he is now cancer-free.
"I'm feeling really, really well. It's three weeks out of surgery and I honestly didn't even think that I would be feeling up for coming here tonight."
Cameron Mathison attend Hallmark Channel's celebration of the 10th Anniversary Of COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS with a World Premiere Screening of Christmas At The Plaza on November 18, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
Cameron, who has been on the Hallmark Channel as a "Home & Family" co-host since added that:
"the surgery went really well, the prognosis is very optimistic."
Through the post, he explained that he spent half of his life focused on the way his body looked and the half of his career being shirtless. While he had his abs to show off before, Cameron was more than pleased to "bear the scars that made me cancer-free."
Cameron started the post by claiming that he had a health situation that he wanted to share with his fans and followers.
The "Love, Of Course" actor then proceeded to state that he found out he had kidney cancer after he went for an MRI concerning some "gut issues" he had been experiencing.Cameron
observed that while his healthy lifestyle and dietprevented
the tumor from growing and spreading to other areas, he felt lucky that the cancer was detected early.