Does Andrew Tate Secretly Have Cancer? 

( A letter supposedly issued by Andrew Tate’s doctor in Dubai suggests that the American-British influencer may be suffering from lung cancer. 

In two letters, dated February 23 and January 3, it was reported that Tate had a lesion on his lung on the upper right side.  

In the report, Tate’s doctor from King’s College Hospital in the United Arab Emirates recommends that he be sent back to the Gulf country as soon as possible. The English letter and medical records seem to have been translated into Romanian. 

Tate has been arrested on charges of rape and human trafficking and is being held in prison in Bucharest. He is absolving himself of any blame. 

On December 29, he was arrested together with his brother Tristan and two ladies who are Romanian nationals. 

Romanian news outlet Spy News was the first to publish the letter in which the doctor calls for an immediate investigation of the lesions, and the letter and accompanying medical report allegedly indicated the possible prognosis for the lesion and listed the various testing Tate had already undergone in December in Dubai. 

According to the letter, the patient will undergo a series of urgent examinations and procedures in the near future. They include a PET CT scan, bronchoscopy, and tissue collection through CT-guided biopsy. 

To expedite these necessary medical examinations, the doctor strongly advises that Andrew be immediately “deported to the United Arab Emirates.” As mentioned earlier, the claim is that any additional delay in the inquiries may have severe consequences for Andrew’s physical condition. 

The 36-year-old former kickboxer, according to the letter, claimed to be more tired than usual and deficient in vitamins D and B12. The medical records show that he also had increased nighttime urination and a complaint of increased thirst. 

According to the medical report, the cigar smoker was diagnosed with a lesion on his lung last March during a health screening required for an Emirate’s ID. At the time, he was “reassured” that the mass was likely non-malignant, he was still advised to get further testing, including a biopsy.