NeNe Leakes Shares That Husband Gregg Is Cancer-Free

NeNe Leakes’ husband Gregg is announcing some reassuring results from a recent scan for cancer. Gregg was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer in 2018, but now he’s officially cancer-free!

Both Gregg and NeNe took to Instagram to share the news just days after Gregg asked for prayers on social media as he prepared to undergo the scan.

As Gregg smiled and held up a sign that declared “no cancer found,” he shared in a post on Monday: “Won’t He do it ...... Thank you Jesus & Praise God ...... Thank you ALL for your Prayers for me and please continue to Pray during my journey."

He also thanked NeNe for her support through the difficult time, adding, “I thank my wife @neneleakes for being there for me.. Sometimes it wasn’t easy..”

NeNe shared the same image, and a part of her enthusiastic caption read, “Look at God! We are over joyed to say, we saw the doctors for the results of Gregg’s Pet Scan he took last week! Test show, wait for It.....WE ARE CANCER FREE!!!”

Gregg completed six months of treatment in April. Along with a video of Gregg celebrating the milestone moment surrounded by hospital staffers cheering him on, NeNe wrote, “Awesome job hunni! I’m so happy for you and the strength you showed during this difficult time in your life! PS: Thank you to all of our family, friends, fans, doctors and nurses who lifted us up in constant prayer, sent recipes, doctors info, gave advice and gifts! We love you ❤️ PSS: what a relief! We finally get to share with the world what we’ve been going thru.”


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