Hank Green Reveals He Has Cancer in New York Times Interview
Hank Green Shares His Cancer Diagnosis The New York Times
On April 20th, 2020, Hank Green, a popular YouTuber, entrepreneur, and author, revealed in an interview with The New York Times that he has been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. This news has come as a shock to many of his fans and followers who have watched him for years.
Hank Green is best known for his YouTube channel Vlogbrothers, which he created with his brother John Green in 2007. The channel has over 4 million subscribers and has become a popular platform for discussing topics such as science, philosophy, and current events. In addition to his YouTube channel, Hank Green is also the co-founder of VidCon, the world’s largest online video conference, and the CEO of Complexly, a media company that produces educational videos.
In the interview with The New York Times, Hank Green revealed that he was diagnosed with desmoplastic small round cell tumor (DSRCT), a rare form of cancer that affects fewer than 200 people each year. Green stated that he was diagnosed in February 2020 and has since undergone multiple surgeries and rounds of chemotherapy. He also noted that he is “feeling better” and is “cautiously optimistic” about his prognosis.
The news of Hank Green’s diagnosis has sparked an outpouring of support from fans and followers around the world. Many have taken to social media to express their love and support for Green and his family. In addition, several charities have been set up to help raise money for Green’s medical expenses.
Hank Green’s diagnosis is a reminder that cancer can affect anyone, no matter how successful or popular they may be. While Green’s prognosis is uncertain at this time, his courage and optimism are an inspiration to us all. We wish Hank Green all the best in his fight against cancer.
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