Michael Hiestand, USA TODAY Sports
ESPN anchor Stuart Scott said on Monday that he will undergo more chemotherapy treatments for cancer.
On Twitter, the ESPN anchor said, "I'm back in the fight. C reared its head again. Chemo evry 2 weeks, but I'll still work, still work out."
Scott was not available for immediate comment. ESPN spokesman Mike Soltys said Scott "plans to continue to work the best he can around his treatments."
In 2007, Scott was diagnosed with a cancerous malignancy after an emergency appendectomy. He said at the time that he's "not the type of guy to let this eat up my life."
In 2011, Scott announced on Twitter that he was undergoing chemotherapy for cancer, but he did not disclose more details.
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