ESPN Announcer Dick Vitale Shares Lymphoma Diagnosis
The 82-year-old says this diagnosis and another diagnosis from August are unrelated.
ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale is battling cancer – again.
The sports legend announced he has just been diagnosed with lymphoma.
In August, Vitale announced he underwent multiple surgeries to remove melanoma and was cancer free.
The 82-year-old says the two diagnoses are unrelated.
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