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Catherine Zeta-Jones goes through hard times

by Mary
September 1, 2010 at 2:48 pm

Catherine Zeta-Jones recently revealed that is very hard for her to watch her husband suffering from cancer.

Besides, the actress is extremely furious on doctors because they weren’t able to detect the cancer earlier.

As we recently reported, Michael Douglas made run some test to see why he’s having such persistent throat pain and also ear pain, but in April, after the test were done doctors told him he’s fine.

The actor announced on August 16 he will undergo chemotherapy due to cancer throat.

“It makes me furious they didn’t detect it earlier,” Zeta-Jones told People. “He sought every option and nothing was found.”

“I know maybe I should be stronger, but emotionally I just don’t want to see that,” she said, later adding, “the hardest part is seeing his fatigue, because Michael is never tired.”

The actor also revealed that he has stage 4 of cancer and the doctors told him that he has an 80 percent chance of recovery.

“I’m treating this as a curable disease,” he said. “It’s a fight. I’ll beat this.”

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