Patrick Swayze has raised more concern on his health as he reportedly has put his assets into a living trust, leaving suggestion that he indeed is on the verge of dying of pancreatic cancer.
Reportedly responds well to the cancer treatment he's received, Patrick Swayze on the other hand has raised more concern on his health as he's said to have put his all assets into a living trust thus leaving suggestion that he is on the verge of dying of pancreatic cancer. U.S. TV news show Entertainment Tonight claimed to have obtained the paperwork filed by Patrick and his wife Lisa Niemi which dated on March 28, 2008.
Early last month a representative for Patrick confirmed the actor, best known for his breakthrough role in the 1990 film "Ghost," has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. It was reported at that time that he had been undergoing treatment at the Stanford University Medical Center and was expected to continue to be part of the upcoming cable pilot "The Beast" despite the bad news.
Much contrary to the words on the block that stated Patrick has been told to prepare for the worst as his cancer has spread, his representative insisted his condition wasn't that worse and he "is continuing his normal schedule during this time, which includes working on upcoming projects."
Soon thereafter news media reported that Patrick responded well to chemotherapy. He and Lisa even released a statement to People, saying "We're thrilled and grateful for the positive response Patrick has shown towards his treatment. Also, we can't help but feel that all the prayers, meditations and good thoughts sent his way by everyone has made a difference. Thank you!"
On the actor putting all of his real estate into a living trust, which is a common thing to be done when a person is on the verge of dying as he or she wants to make sure his or her final wishes are carried out, no words just yet from Patrick's camp.