The Tumor In Michael Douglas’s Froat Is Gone

January 10, 2011 / Posted by:

The National Enquirer had Michael Douglas booking a one-way ticket to heaven through Travelocity, but he tells Matt Lauer in an interview airing tomorrow morning on Today that Jesus is going to have to find another angel to play Gordon Gekko in their cloud production of Wall Street, because he won’t be checking in anytime soon. After going through chemo and radiation treatment, Michael says there’s no trace of the tumor in his froat and he’s on his way to a full recovery.

Michael tells Matt, “I feel good, relieved. The tumor is gone. But, you know, I have to check out on a monthly basis now to maintain. I think the odds are with the tumor gone and what I know about this particular type of cancer [is] that I’ve got it beat. I have to check out on a monthly basis now to maintain. I guess there’s not a total euphoria. I’ll probably take a couple of months of getting checked out. But it’s been a wild six-month ride. All of a sudden the affection from my family, from my friends, and from my fans hit me at a much deeper level than I would have ever imagined before. And it gave me a really new appreciation of just how valuable, how precious good friends are and family. And it’s not that I disregarded them before but there’s a much deeper feeling.”

Michael’s now eating like he’s got a Kirstie Alley in his stomach and says he’s put about 12 pounds of chunk on his body and he’s got 20 more to go.

And I thought finding a half-eaten, old bag of Mother’s Circus Animal Cookies in my freezer today was good news. But finding out that Michael Douglas will soon be well enough to star in ANOTHER Romancing the Stone movie is even better news.

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