TV Star Barry Du Bois Shares Mental Health Update

Beloved reality TV star Barry Du Bois shared a live update after describing his cancer as “incurable.”

The 62-year-old, who is battling “very aggressive” plasmacytoma myeloma, learned in 2017 that the cancer had returned after six years.

Watch the video above: Barry du Bois gives a touching tribute to his twins.

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Plasmacytoma is a tumor of plasma cells in bone or soft tissue and can occur anywhere in the body.

The media personality says he’s developed “emotional resilience” by speaking out about his feelings regularly during his battle with cancer.

“On last week’s podcast, the host thanked me for being so open about my feelings,” DuBois wrote in an Instagram caption on Tuesday.

Barry du Bois undergoes chemotherapy. credit: Instagram/baz_dubois

“She said we don’t know each other very well and to be honest it takes a lot of courage to be so open about your feelings and to allow your vulnerability. .

“After being forced to step into the ring with a terrifying opponent like Cancer, I explained that it’s not scary to show emotion when sharing a painful story.

“So I don’t think it’s a brave thing to do, and I’ve learned that expressing emotions rather than suppressing them can help me introspect and gain emotional resilience. ”

Along with the message, Dubois posted a picture of her arm resting on a pillow in a hospital bed.

The photo showed the patient being treated with an intravenous drip.

Barry Du Bois shared this update. credit: Instagram/baz_dubois

Friends and followers have received comments wishing the 62-year-old good health, including former SAS Australia star Anna Heinrich, who commented, “Sending lots of LOVE XX.”

“Thank you for sharing your journey with us Mr. Buzz. You are truly an inspiration xx,” said Dani Stevens.

“I have always been in awe of people who allow themselves to be vulnerable. Thank you for being a great example and a human being. I really appreciate Mr. Baz,” said one.

“Well said. It’s a necessity,” agreed another.

Dubois first announced his cancer had returned in 2017, posting on Instagram that he and his family were “shocked after six years in remission.”

Barry du Bois and their two children, Arabella and Bennett. credit: Instagram/baz_dubois

“I really appreciate everyone’s love and support. It means the world to me,” he said.

“I am in this fight with the love, support and encouragement of my friends, family and everyone.”

Dubois first announced the news on the TV show The Living Room.

“A lot of people who watch our show know that six years ago I was diagnosed with plasmacytoma myeloma,” he said at the time.

“It was a single tumor on my neck, so I look a little stiffer and a little older here.

“But I missed some tests and the final blood work… I have bad news.

Barry du Bois and his family. credit: Instagram/baz_dubois

“My cancer seems to have come back quite aggressively. Now I have what I believe to be multiple myeloma.

“I mean, I have cancer and I have several tumors all over my body.”

Du Bois, who has twins Arabella and Bennett with wife Leonie, celebrated his 11th birthday on June 1.

“Bennett and Arabella, on this day 11 years ago, all the love in the world came together and my beautiful angels came. You created so much happiness and made friends in such a short time. , has paved the way with love and empathy for all “things that come into your life,” he said.

“Words cannot express the love and pride I have for you, but I know the world is a better place because of you. My dear angels, Happy Birth. Happy day.”

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