John Cleese, 80, Announces ‘Cancerous Bit’ Removed From Leg — Surgeon Insisted ‘Tis But a Scratch’

Published Jun 8, 2020

John Cleese, 80, Announces ‘Cancerous Bit’ Removed From Leg — Surgeon Insisted ‘Tis But a Scratch’

With his trademark dry wit, the Monty Python legend shares news of a minor cancer surgery on Friday. Find out how Cleese used humor to reduce cancer-risk among his fellow Brits.

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