Orioles’ Trey Mancini Undergoing Chemotherapy For Stage 3 Colon Cancer

Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Kimi Robinette, WBAL NewsRadio 1090 and FM a hundred and one.5

Baltimore Orioles’ Trey Mancini declared Tuesday he is undergoing chemotherapy for Stage three colon cancer. 

In a letter entitled “I Am So Lucky” posted on the Players’ Tribune internet site, Mancini wrote that he started off sensation much more exhausted than normal through spring teaching in Florida. He considered it was because of to “having older.”

Next a series of blood checks and treatments, health professionals discovered Mancini experienced a tumor on his colon. 

The tumor was taken out on March 12, Mancini said. 

“I have Stage III colon cancer. I started off chemotherapy on April thirteen,” Mancini wrote. “And I am so lucky.” 

In 2011, Mancini said his father experienced Stage two colon cancer when he was fifty eight many years aged. 

Mancini wrote that without the need of the Orioles’ physical checkups, his cancer diagnosis would not have been caught in time as he only famous being much more exhausted than normal. 

“My cure will consider 6 months — just about every two weeks for 6 months,” Mancini wrote. “If baseball returns in 2020, it will probably be without the need of me.”

The 27-year-aged writes further about his vocation, many thanks the staff and his enthusiasts, which include Mo Gaba, fourteen, who has been preventing cancer considering the fact that he was nine months aged.

Browse Mancini’s complete letter right here.


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