Jerry Howarth — the voice of the Blue Jays — says he has cancer

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Jerry Howarth shows off his home office filled with sports memorbilia and photos collected over the years. (HANS DERYK / THE TORONTO STAR 2015 PHOTO)

 

Howarth, the Jays’ radio play-by-play announcer, said a biopsy failed to find any prostate cancer, but the growth was later detected by the MRI.

 

By Peter Edwards
Star Reporter
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Wed., Nov. 16, 2016

 

Longtime Blue Jays’ announcer Jerry Howarth is scheduled to undergo a cancer operation next week to remove a small tumour.

Howarth, 70, told Pauline Chan of CTV that he credits a MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scan earlier this year for detecting the growth.

Howarth, the Jays’ radio play-by-play announcer, said a biopsy failed to find any prostate cancer, but the growth was later detected by the MRI.

 

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