Dennis Hopper Cancer: Dennis Hopper Cancer Diagnosis Shocks Fans

Dennis Hopper cancer headlines deal with Dennis Hopper’s prostate cancer. After Dennis Hopper discovered he had prostate cancer, he cancelled all trips and entered a “special program” at the USC Medical Center, according to LA Late.

 Dennis Hopper just completed filming season two of “Crash.”  In addition, Dennis Hopper was set to appear in Australia at an art exhibit entitled “Dennis Hopper and the New Hollywood.”  The exhibit was to display art and photographs by Dennis Hopper.

 Dennis Hopper cancer headlines have made many people sad.  When actors such as Dennis Hopper have issues such as cancer, it touches the hearts of their fans.  Of course many people will be bummed that Dennis Hopper will miss some events, but Dennis Hopper’s cancer battle is far more important.

 According to the American Cancer Society, in 2009 approximately 192,280 new cases of prostate cancer (the cancer Dennis Hopper has) will be diagnosed, and 27,360 men will die as a result. However, more than 2 million men diagnosed with prostate cancer are still alive.

 Although prostate cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer deaths in men, Dennis Hopper has a good chance of beating his cancer.  Dennis Hopper’s cancer is serious, but with the right treatment he should experience a recovery. The 5 year survival rate is nearly 100% and the 10 year survival rate is 91%.  The 15 year prostate cancer survival rate is 76%.  Modern advances are expected to increase these rates.

 Dennis Hopper cancer headlines are undoubtedly sad.  Many fans feel bad after finding out about Dennis Hopper’s cancer.  However, Dennis Hopper’s cancer is treatable, and hopefully Dennis Hopper will experience a full recovery.

    3 Responses to “Dennis Hopper Cancer: Dennis Hopper Cancer Diagnosis Shocks Fans”

    1. Cadillac Colin Cody says:

      I have lost two friends recently to cancer. About a week after my friend, Steve Louden, passed away with bladder cancer, I ran across a health expert on TV who was interviewing an Italian oncologist telling about his extremely effective cancer cure protocol. Apparently, the treatment is quite inexpensive, side-effect free, permanent and works for all types of cancer (90% cure rate) other than that of the bones. He spoke of using hyperthermia at certain clinics in Germany for bone cancer patients. Dr. Simoncini’s clinic is in Rome and he has been curing cancer quite successfully with his technique for over 30 years. Had I known about him sooner, I would have put my friend on a jet for Rome and gotten him back in great health in about 48 days.

      I hope Dennis has validated his passport to heaven (Luke 9:23f) because, unless he sees Dr. Simoncini, he will probably be desperately in need of it soon. Over 500,000 people die yearly using conventional therapy–poison, cut and burn.

    2. Aurellio says:

      “Dennis Hopper’s cancer is serious, but with the right treatment he should experience a recovery. The 5 year survival rate is nearly 100%”

      Oh really? Well today is January 16, 2010, and Mr. Hopper is on his deathbed–less than 3 months after his diagnosis.

      The statistics showing a high survival rate for victims of prostate cancer are due to the fact that this is a disease of older men, who usually die of something else before the cancer kills them.

      But Dennis Hopper is not a statistic, and “something else” didn’t kill him.

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