Rush Limbaugh announced Monday that he has advanced lung cancer.
“There are going to be days that I’m not going to be able to be here. Because I will be undergoing treatment,” said the syndicated conservative radio host of “The Rush Limbaugh Show,” according to a C-Span rep in a tweet.
Limbaugh, 69, said he went to the doctor after experiencing shortness of breath and was eventually diagnosed.
He told listeners that he would be out for the next few days for treatment and hoped to return to the air Thursday, The Hill said.
“Those of you who are listening to the Rush Limbaugh Show now. Pray with us. Thank you. God bless you Rush Limbaugh. Love you so much Rush,” his producer, Bo Snerdley, tweeted.
Limbaugh, a buddy of President Trump, told listeners before signing off, “Every day I’m not here I’ll be missing you and thinking about you.”
He just signed a new “long-term” contract last month with a subsidiary of iHeartMedia, The Hill said.
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