General Hospital Spoilers: Cameron Mathison Survives Cancer, Reflects On How Far He’s Come

Cameron Mathison survives cancer

Cameron Mathison survives cancer.
General Hospital star, Cameron Mathison, joined the daytime drama in August of 2021. In under two years, his portrayal of Drew Cain became wildly popular.

Prior to GH, Cameron was a well known actor. His most recognizable roles were as Ryan Lavery on ABC’s All My Children, as well as a popular TV show host. All throughout the late 90s and 2000s, Cameron’s face established recognition across American’s living rooms. Fast forward to 2019, and the popular daytime drama star faced real life challenges.

Cameron Mathison Survives Cancer

Previously, General Hospital news reports confirmed that Mathison was diagnosed with kidney cancer in August of 2019. In an interview last year, Mathison gave a health update in regard to life after surgery. He made note that he was better than ever. He revealed, “But honestly, never better. I think I’m as strong as I was in my mid-20s. I have more energy than I had 20 years ago.” Mathison told ET. The star added, “I’ve definitely got a different perspective on life for sure from this experience.”

Now, a year after that June, 2022 update, Cameron Mathison shared his story on Instagram. He sends his “love to all fellow survivors out there,” and shared a photo from his 2019 surgery.

We wish Cameron continued health as we keep him in our hearts and prayers.

General Hospital News And Spoilers: Cameron Mathison Opens Up About His Rare Bone Disease

Daytime TV star, Cameron Mathison is known for his soap opera-good looks and charismatic personality. Before he became a household name as a soap opera star, Cameron had a challenging childood.

Aside from being a Cancer survivor, Genera Hospital spoilers reveal Mathison has taken to Instagram to bring awareness to an important cause that hits close to home for GH’s Drew Cain. The soap star has overcome a rare disease acquired in childhood.

General Hospital news reports reveal Cameron Mathison admits he had a rare bone disease in childhood called Legg Calve Perthes. He was diagnosed with the degenerative bone disease at 2 years of age. For 4 years, he wore braces on his legs to aid his femur bone to support his body. Mathison points out that the knowledge of this disease has come along way, there is still so much more to learn.

General Hospital News: GH’s Cameron Mathison Opens Up About His And His Mother’s Battle With Cancer

General Hospital has recently welcomed an addition to the cast, a daytime TV vet, to replace Billy Miller as Drew Cain. Cameron Mathison made his debut, taking over the role on August 17, 2021.

General Hospital news reports reveal Cameron had announced that he was battling cancer, back in 2019. Mathison revealed he has kidney cancer, and the tumor has been removed. Thankfully, today Cameron Mathison is is cancer free.

General Hospital spoilers reveal that in addition to Mathison’s diagnosis, four months later, his mother, Loretta, was diagnosed with brain cancer. Today, she is still battling the illness, while thankfully, her son is cancer free.

In a recent interview, Mathison explained when he found out he was cancer free for the first time in two years. He disclosed, “Seems fitting I’m in Florida visiting her when I got the news that my two-year cancer checkup came back totally clear. Thank you for all the well wishes… I can’t tell you how much it means.” Mathison goes on to say, “My doctor said, ‘Whatever you’re doing, it’s working because your kidney numbers are the best they’ve been!’” Mathison reported before thanking physique and health coach Allen Cress for his help in achieving his goals.”

General Hospital news reports reveal that Loretta is still fighting the good fight, with her son by her side. Mathison expressed his love and support in a heartfelt message, “Now it’s your turn, Mom, to beat the odds,” he continues, “I love you so much and I’m here for you like you were for me.”

We continue to keep Cameron and Loretta in our prayers as they both continue to strive for optimum health.