Bruce Johnson Health: What Disease Did Bruce Johnson Have? All you need to know about the renowned news anchor.
Bruce Johnson, also known as C. Bruce Johnson, was an American TV news anchorman and reporter for WUSA 9 TV in Washington, D.C. Politics and urban affairs, and investigative and hard-hitting feature stories were his areas of expertise.
His personal story is one of never knowing his father’s name as he studied for a career as a priest and becoming the first member of his family to earn a degree in college. His mother completed her studies and earned a degree at 52.
Johnson was the author of two books, Heart to Heart and All or Nothing, The Victor Page Story.
Bruce Johnson Health: What Disease Did Bruce Johnson Have?
Bruce Johnson confirmed in an update on Facebook that he had been diagnosed with cancer known as Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in April 2018. He retired after the announcement and began chemotherapy.
In his Facebook post, he said: ”
I wanted my FB friends to hear this news first from me!
I’m taking leave from Channel 9 to tend to a personal health issue.
I have been diagnosed with Non Hodgkins Lymphoma and will soon begin chemotherapy treatment. After tonight’s 6pm newscast and the 7 pm Off Script broadcast I will need to be away for several weeks.
I have the best of care at Medstar Georgetown University Medical Center.
While I will be off air please know I’ll remain steadfast on social media. Look for my progress reports right here.
Thanks for your the support all these years.
All the best,
Born on May 5, 1950, in Louisville, Kentucky, United States, Bruce Johnson died on Sunday, April 3, 2022, in Delaware, United States, after having heart failure.