Jeff Bridges has told fans he feels “elated” after discovering that his tumour has “drastically shrunk”.
The Big Lebowski star, 71, was diagnosed with lymphoma last year and has been sharing his progress with his followers on social media.
In his latest post on his website, the Hollywood star said tests have shown that his treatment is working “beautifully”.
“I go in for a CAT scan to see if my new protocol is shrinking my tumour,” he wrote.
“Turns out it’s working beautifully.
“The thing has drastically shrunk.
“I come home elated with the news.”
However, Bridges went on to say that when he got home after hearing the news he was heartbroken to see the rioting at the US Capitol.
Watch: Jeff Bridges opens up after lymphoma diagnosis
He said: “I turn on the TV to find out what’s going on in the world, and… well… I don’t have to tell you what’s going on.
“To see our country attacking itself broke my heart.
“A question rose in me – what’s an individual to do in a situation like this? My mentor Rozzell Sykes came to mind. His manta (sic) was ‘Be love’.”
The star revealed in October that he had been diagnosed with the illness, telling fans at the time that his prognosis was “good”.
Referencing his Big Lebowski character, he wrote: “As the Dude would say... New S**T has come to light.
“I have been diagnosed with lymphoma. Although it is a serious disease, I feel fortunate that I have a great team of doctors and the prognosis is good.
“I’m starting treatment and will keep you posted on my recovery.”
The star added that he was “profoundly grateful for the love and support” from his friends and family.
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