KPRC 2 Chief Meteorologist Frank Billingsley Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer
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KPRC 2 chief meteorologist Frank Billingsley announced on Tuesday's 6pm news that he has been diagnosed with prostate cancer.

And his message is to get tested, because he had no symptoms. The idea to have a series of tests happened after a chance conversation with channel 2 anchor Dominique Sachse about nutrition and diet.

"She suggested going to her doctor, who ran a standard blood panel and discovered my PSA prostate cancer test that was off the charts," Billingsley said on the newscast. "So my summer has been one of letters: PSA, DRE, MRI, CAT, etc."

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Comments:
Get well Bill. I have been watching you on TV ever since you arrived. All of us are praying for a speedy recovery.
Posted by USMC66'- at 9/5/2018 9:09:33 AM

Sending prayers to Frank, take care and be well. ((((HUGS))))
Posted by Concerned Citizen at 9/5/2018 9:17:43 AM

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