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Vlogger Wil Dasovich remains ‘cancer-free’, saved from major colon surgery

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Feb. 09, 20 | 3:46 pm

YouTube sensation and vlogger Wil Dasovich shared to his followers that he remains cancer-free after two years.

In his latest vlog, Dasovich said that doctors did not find polyps in his colon – a first since he went into remission two years ago.

“Great news, awesome news. Apparently, there are zero polyps,” Dasovich said in his vlog while he’s in a hospital bed.

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“I just woke and the first thing I said was, ‘Did they find anything?’ They’re like, ‘No.’ And I screamed, ‘Yes!’” Dasovich added.

The vlogger goes back to the United States every six months to have a colonoscopy after he was declared “cancer-free” in 2018.

Dasovich said that doctors tell him that they found a polyp on his colon each time he visited, which was usually followed with discussions about surgery options.

“This would involve removing my entire colon, my entire large intestine, and then I would have it back would change the entire quality of living, it was a decision I wasn’t ready to make. I’d rather just keep on living and keep my chances rather than go through that,” Dasovich said.

“And that is why this successful colonoscopy is so monumental because it’s the first time in these two years that they didn’t find anything,” he added.

“And because of that, it rules out the preventive surgery for the first time. It’s a huge relief,” Dasovich added.

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UAE reaches over 530,000 tests, reports 53 recoveries

UAE reaches over 530,000 tests, reports 53 recoveries

The UAE has reported a total of 539,195 COVID-19 tests as of today, April 8 as well as another good news of the full recovery of 53 patients, with the total number of recovered cases in the country now at 239. UAE's Minister of Health, His Excellency Abdul Rahman Al...

Scientists believe COVID-19 hits men harder

Scientists believe COVID-19 hits men harder

Scientists reveal that there may be a possibility that coronavirus disease (COVID-19) can have worse effects on men.   The studies from experts, according to a report by The Guardian, show that in highly impacted countries—China, France, Italy, and South...

UAE reports 300 new COVID-19 cases, total now at 2659

UAE reports 300 new COVID-19 cases, total now at 2659

The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) reported 300 new cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country, bringing the total to 2,659. MoHAP reported that the majority of these cases were those who did not follow proper quarantine procedures and...

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