After battling against prostate cancer in recent months, billionaire Warren E Buffett
declared completed therapy. With his condition had improved, he hopes to return to work in the near future.
"This is an incredible day for me. Today I underwent radiation for-44 and was the last one," said Buffett, who is also head of the investment firm Berkshire Hathaway, last Friday as quoted by the NY Times, Monday (09/19/2012 ).
Although declared cancer therapy ended, Buffett seems still to be in recovery for some time. It is admitted himself in an interview with The Omaha World-Herald, a publication owned by Buffett managed companies.
"I would feel the side effects within a few weeks, but I am very proud to say that it's all over," said Buffett.
Buffett announced that he was diagnosed with stage 1 prostate cancer in April 2012. When Buffett was at 3 weeks earlier celebrating the birthday-82, said the disease is detected at a very early stage and has not threatened his life.
Various discussions about Buffett raises health-related questions how long he was able to run the company now leads, Berkshire Hathaway. The question was tapered after the age of 82 years he was given U.S. $ 44 billion in 3 cubs for charitable purposes.
As Buffett said his condition was very healthy and the decision to give money to their children is not related to the disease. He just wanted to give a reward for the progress of the charity run children, who among other things voiced anti-violence against women and help farmers in poor countries.
Prostate cancer itself is a type of cancer most common in men, especially over the age of 75 years. Although deadly, the relatively slower growth of prostate cancer than any other cancer so that treatment can be more easily detected earlier origin.
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