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Dustin Diamond of ‘Saved by the Bell’ hospitalized, fearing cancer: report

Por: New York Post Entertainment January 13, 2021

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More On: Dustin Diamond, iconic for his role as Screech in the 1990s series “Saved by the Bell,” has been hospitalized with widespread pain and discomfort — fearing cancer may be the source. Diamond’s reps that he was admitted in Florida where doctors are running tests to narrow down the potential diagnoses. It was known that the actor’s family has a history of cancer, including his mother who died of breast cancer. Diamond, 44, first... + full article



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