Judge Frank Caprio from Caught in Providence was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer

Frank Caprio hope and confidence made him complete his final treatment of radiation successfully.

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Frank Caprio, popularly known as the “nicest judge in the world,” announced his diagnosis of pancreatic cancer on December 6, 2023, just after celebrating his 87th birthday.

Caprio posted a video on his social media platforms describing his deteriorating health condition that resulted in pancreas cancer.

He further stated that though it is a long road, he is fully prepared to fight as hard as possible. He requested those who wish to support him in his hard times to keep him in their prayers.

In a YouTube video from January 26, 2024, Frank shared his experience of chemotherapy, describing it as not fun and how it makes you feel tired and lethargic, but he hopes that it will save his life.

He further posted a video on May 17, 2024, stating, “Whenever you receive a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer, you automatically know it’s a death sentence, but i don’t feel that way longer.

Caprio also said that he feels confident that Baptist Health Cancer Care has raised his spirits for winning the battle against the big C, with the greatest team of doctors combined with the newest radiation technology.

Frank Caprio underwent six months of chemotherapy and five treatments of radiation.

Since Frank’s treatment began, he has been sharing a lot of videos about his health updates, describing how the love of his family, friends, and supporters has given him hope not to give up.

Also, a hoax about Frank’s death is circulating on the internet. But, fret not, Frank Caprio is still alive and kicking after successful radiation treatment.

Frank Caprio completed his final radiation treatment on May 24, 2024

After Frank Caprio’s final radiation treatment at Miami Cancer Institute, he rang the bell.

He also posted a video stating, “I am on my way to happy days.

Frank said in an interview with People, “I’m ringing the bell of happiness, freedom from cancer, healing, giving hope to other people.

Currently, Frank Caprio is living a cheerful life; he attended the 2024 Daytime Emmy Awards, where he won the award for Caught in Providence.

Frank also recently posted a video on his Instagram where he happily celebrates Father’s Day with his family.

He also shares motivational videos through his social media platform, providing hope and courage to Cancer patients worldwide.

Additional Information

  • Frank Caprio has been married to his wife Joyce E. Caprio for over 50 years and has five childrens: Frank T., David, Marissa, John, and Paul Caprio.
  • Caprio received an Honorary Doctorate of Law from his alma mater, Suffolk University Law School, in 1991 and Providence College in 2008.
  • In 2017, his videos in the courtroom went viral, with more than 15 million views.
Suruchi Lohani
Suruchi Lohani
Suruchi is a student of Business Management, who is also a movie enthusiast. She loves writing articles and blogs related to movies. Besides that, she enjoys reading novels and is passionate about learning new things.

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