Dustin Hoffman Quietly Beat Throat Cancer in 2013 & Now Classics Like ‘Tootsie’ & ‘Kramer vs Kramer’ See New Life With Younger Audiences

Published Oct 11, 2020

Dustin Hoffman Quietly Beat Throat Cancer in 2013 & Now Classics Like ‘Tootsie’ & ‘Kramer vs Kramer’ See New Life With Younger Audiences

Diagnosed in 2013, the 'Rain Man' actor shared little about his treatment, choosing to keep his battle private. Others, like Michael Douglas, choose to go public. Douglas has done a lot to raise awareness and destigmatize throat cancer.

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