Dustin Diamond is unsure of how he received stage 4 small cell carcinoma diagnosis since he doesn’t smoke. As for the cause of his cancer, the actor apparently believes moldy hotel rooms may be to blame. It was just announced that Diamond successfully completed his first round of chemotherapy and has his next round scheduled. The former Saved by the Bell actor’s representative, Roger Paul, says, “Dustin is looking forward to spending more time with his girlfriend, playing his bass guitar/video games, as well as making videos for his fans on social media.” After revealing the stage 4 small cell carcinoma diagnosis and receiving chemotherapy, Dustin Diamond’s representative says the actor is struggling to come to grips with his current situation. The type of lung cancer that he has is normally caused by smoking, but he claims he never smoked. Since the start of Diamond’s career, he has done a ton of traveling, which sometimes put him in questionable hotels for the night. According to Roger Paul, “Dustin believes some of these spots might have had mold or asbestos … which he could have breathed in, causing his cancer.” RELATED: NASCAR Sponsor Honors Dustin Diamond with Saved by the Bell… Read full this story
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