Despite prostate cancer, billionaire investor Buffett feels great

   Apr 18, 2:37 pm

Washington, April 18 (ANI): The world's most successful investor, Warren Buffett, has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, but has asserted that feels great and described his energy level as being 100 percent.

Buffett, in a letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, said he was suffering from prostate cancer that was at stage one, The Telegraph reports.

He said his condition is not 'remotely life-threatening', and added that he would be beginning a two-month treatment consisting of daily radiation treatments in mid-July.

This will limit his ability to travel during that time, he said.

Buffett said in the letter: "I will let shareholders know immediately should my health situation change. Eventually, of course, it will; but I believe that day is a long way off."

One Berkshire investor said nothing had actually changed with regards to the stock. (ANI)

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