Frank Caprio, beloved TV judge, reveals cancer diagnosis in emotional video

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Rhode Island traffic judge Frank Caprio, who is loved by many, shared his cancer diagnosis with the public.

The main actor of Caught in Providence shared a heartfelt video where he mentioned his birthday briefly before revealing to his fans that he has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, a very serious type of cancer.

He explained that his diagnosis came around his birthday last month, which is typically “one of the happiest days of the year for me.”

Judge Frank, who is 87 years old, mentioned, “This birthday feels unique compared to all my previous ones.”

Recently, I wasn’t feeling well and went for a medical check-up. Unfortunately, the results were not positive. I have been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, which is a very dangerous type of cancer.

He mentioned that while receiving treatments in Rhode Island and at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, which is a part of Massachusetts General Hospital, he is supported by an amazing group of doctors who are taking care of him.

He asked for God’s guidance in their thoughts and actions towards him. He acknowledged the challenging journey ahead and expressed his determination to fight with all his strength. He also requested his followers to pray for him.

People often inquire, “How can I help you?” I am truly grateful for your friendship and kind words. I humbly request that each of you pray for me in your own way. Prayer, along with medical treatment, is the strongest tool I have to overcome this challenge.

It means everything to me to know that you were thinking of me. I am grateful for all the messages you have sent in the past. Thank you for your caring support. If you could spare a small prayer, I would truly appreciate it.

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Judge Frank was the chief judge of the municipal court in Providence, Rhode Island until he retired in January 2023, after almost 40 years of service.

We are keeping an amazing man in our thoughts and prayers.

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