Ryan Buell Suffering From Pancreatic Cancer
Top paranormal investigator, Ryan Buell has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Ryan is famous for A&E’s series Paranormal State. The 30 year old founder of the Paranormal Research Society was discharged from hospital earlier this week. The disease is said to have knocked him down for some time but after treatment, he is said to be recovering well.
Buell is famous for his 2010 memoir Paranormal State: My Journey To The Unknown. Through his Facebook fan page, he explained that though he suffers from pancreatic cancer, he is not the only victim. Sources reveal that Buell’s fans and supporters are looking for an option of getting a suitable organization that will help him cope with this disease. The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network has been cited to be among the most probable options for him.
Within the past one week alone, Buell’s Facebook fan page had almost 82,000 likes. The paranormal investigator also posted his old superhero-like picture of himself with a strong message to his fans. Through the photo, he encouraged his fans to “soldier on” with their quest to find treatment for whatever disease they may be suffering from, not necessarily pancreatic cancer. He acknowledged how painful it is to live with such a disease and how it feels to look for help and treatment.
Pancreatic cancer is a deadly form of cancer that has claimed the lives of many people, both the famous and the little-known. Steve Jobs and Patrick Swayze are among the celebrities who have died as a result of this disease. We wish Ryan the best.