Alex Trebek Says He's Seeing 'Mind-Boggling' Positive Results In Cancer Fight

"The doctors said they hadn't seen this kind of positive result in their memory," the Jeopardy! host told People magazine. "Some of the tumors have already shrunk by more than 50 percent."
Alex Trebek said in an interview with People magazine that his stage 4 pancreatic cancer is in "near remission." Source: Emma McIntyre

There's good news for fans of Jeopardy! and its beloved host, Alex Trebek.

He says that his doctors say his stage 4 pancreatic cancer is in "near remission," in an interview published in People and shared on the show's official pages.

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