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John Andretti has started another round of chemotherapy.
The former NASCAR and IndyCar driver used Twitter on Monday to provide an update on his fight against colon cancer: "Same cocktail with an added twist. Only 3 months to go."
The 54-year-old Andretti made his diagnosis public in early May and has relied on social media to keep fans abreast of his condition.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — John Andretti is back in the garage after having his spleen and gall bladder removed last month.
The former NASACAR and IndyCar driver returned to the team's Indianapolis headquarters.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — John Andretti can't shake the sound from his head. The haunting sound of a machine pumping toxic chemicals into his system as part of chemotherapy.
"I wake up in the middle of the night and I sit and listen to this pump going and know this pump is poison," Andretti said. "I hear that pump right now. I hate that thing."
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — John Andretti spent more than a decade as one of auto racing's true iron men.
He started 49 consecutive IndyCar races from 1990-92 before moving to NASCAR, where he made 29 or more starts every year from 1994-2003. He was the first driver to attempt the Memorial Day double. And when his driving career was winding down, Andretti still found a way to give something back to the fans and the sport.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Former IndyCar and NASCAR driver John Andretti says he is undergoing chemotherapy for stage-four colon cancer that's spread to his liver.
The 54-year-old Andretti tells WTHR-TV of Indianapolis (http://bit.ly/2pyOhe7 ) that doctors found the cancer in January and he has had surgery to remove part of his colon. Andretti has been receiving treatments at a hospital near his North Carolina home.