James Holzhauer donated $1,109.14, "For Alex Trebek and all the other survivors," to the Naperville Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk.
Both the Washington Post and the New York Times reported on what happened on Monday's episode of the Alex Trebek-hosted game show.
The Jeopardy! host, 78, who’s fighting pancreatic cancer sent a handwritten note to a fan who was also recently diagnosed with the lethal disease.
The unflappable host, upon learning his diagnosis, immediately underwent chemotherapy, and he admits that he's curious if eagle-eyed fans will notice he had to wear a hairpiece.
Code blue: "General Hospital" was the evening's big winner at the Daytime Emmy Awards, with five awards, followed by "The Young and the Restless," with three, and culinary series "Valerie's Home Cooking" with two. Syndicated series led the night with seven wins overall, followed by ABC and CBS with five each. "CBS Sunday Morning" won […]
In his first live interview since revealing his stage 4 pancreatic cancer diagnosis earlier this year, legendary host Alex Trebek stopped by "GMA" Wednesday morning to update fans on his ongoing health battle. Meanwhile, others have been an inspiration to him, including people who survived cancer for many years and reached out to him.
"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek said that he's "feeling good" as he undergoes treatment for stage IV pancreatic cancer in a video shared on social media.
Trebek has been the face of the trivia show since the modern version of it first aired in 1984, but he suggested last year that he might be interested in retiring soon.