Will Smith has a malignant tumor polyp removed during endoscopy

Will Smith had a pre-cancerous polyp removed during an endoscopy appointment.

The Popular and serious 51-year-old actor underwent the medical check-up - that involves a camera being inserted into your bowels and may notice early signs of cancer and other conditions - after his doctor, Dr. Ala Stanford suggested him to have the screening now he's in his 50s.

Will shared a video of his procedure titled 'I Vlogged My Colonoscopy' on his YouTube channel thus his fans might see the procedure isn't as dangerous, or as embarrassing, as they will worry

He said: "It's 2019, it is a classical era, it is time to urge your health right.

"There's a definite quantity of commitment and embarrassment involved being healthy. you simply gotta sleep with, man."

Following the examination can be told by his doctor he might have faced a potentially devastating health issue after they removed a polyp - that contributes to ninety-five % of colon cancers - that showed pre-cancerous cells.

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In the clip, Will's doctor explained: "There was really a polyp there. There was no abnormal condition, no complications from it, no hemorrhage, no hole, no perforation like that ... had you not well-known, it continues to grow and grow and African-American men, especially, the correct colon is wherever cancer is high. Yours was on an aspect that was a lot of advanced. you'd have had fewer typical symptoms and by the time you gift it, it can be full-blown and spread throughout your body."

Will - WHO has 3 kids, 26-year-old Trey, his son with 1st wife Sheree Zampino, also as Jaden, 21, and Willow, 19, with wife Jada Pinkett Smith - can currently have to have a screening each 2 to 3 years to make sure everything is healthy.

An appalling can was glad for his doctor WHO pushed him to own the procedure as he did not expect it.

He said: "When I made a decision I wished to shoot this as a vlog, it was away a lot of, 'Hey, this can be cool, this can be fun'. I didn't notice there would be a pre-cancerous polyp that might get seen of it ... it is important to Maine to share this with people thus others will become compliant patients to remain healthy and happy to own all the wonderful years we might probably have."

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