He Doesn't Give Up! Alex Trebek Attends Lakers Game With Wife Despite His Stage 4 Cancer Battle

December 27, 2019 13:02

Alex Trebek’s cancer journey won’t stop the Jeopardy host from living the full life. Alex and his wife were spotted on the Lakers game in high spirits and all smiles.

Alex Trebek’s health update:

  • Alex Trebek was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in March 2019.
  • Despite his illness, Alex continues hosting the iconic show Jeopardy.
  • A few months ago, Trebek announced that he needs to undergo more chemotherapy sessions.
  • Alex’s beloved wife Jean supports her husband amid cancer journey. She admits that together they can fight the illness.
  • In December, Alex Trebek’s good friend Vanna White gave an update on his health condition:

He looks good. I talked to him recently and he’s got a very positive attitude.

He doesn’t give up!

On Wednesday, Alex Trebek and his wife attended the Christmas Lakers game. Alex and Jean have been married for 29 years and counting.

Fans were delighted to see Alex in high spirits amid cancer battle. The Jeopardy host was in a good festive mood and obviously enjoyed the game sitting near his charming wife.

Fans’ comments

@ Arnell Alston

Outstanding for him. Keep up the fight. We support you

@ Ingrid Logan

Keep up the Fight !💗Sending positive Vibes

@ Debbie Martin

May Our Lord bless you with His healing hand 🙏🏻

@ Donna Clancy

Looks great

Alex Trebek’s attitude toward cancer

In one of his interviews, Alex Trebek shared his attitude toward cancer. The host admitted that he is not afraid of dying.

I’ve lived a full life, a good life, and I’m nearing the end of that life. I’m not gonna delude myself. If it happens, it happens.

Following his diagnosis, Alex Trebek has taken part in the cancer awareness campaign. The host hopes that his example will be helpful to other cancer patients.

It was so nice to see Alex Trebek in good mood amid the festive season. We wish the eminent host to have the best holiday celebration with his loved ones! Get well, Alex! We keep praying for your recovery.