Mr. T: Tougher Than Cancer

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Mr. T Proves you can fight. He has always been the emblem of strength and perseverance. Laurence Tureaud better known as Mr. T was born on May 21, 1952. He is best known for his role as B. A. Baracus in the 1980s television series The A-Team. He is recognised for his trademark African Mandinka warrior hairstyle, his chunky gold jewelry and his tough guy attitude. He starred in a reality show ‘I Pity the Fool’ and from then on his catchphrase has become the same. Now he shares his biggest fight yet.

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“I pity the fool” was actor, wrestler and weightlifter Mr. T’s favorite catch phrase. He has been on the big screen, small screen and everywhere in between with his signature “tough-guy” attitude. But the toughness wasn’t just for the cameras. Mr. T had the toughest fight of his life when he was diagnosed with a rare T-cell lymphoma cancer.  But the former A-Team star bounced back to great health thanks to his diet and faith.

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The 51-year-old star insists his odd diet of chicken and peanut butter helped him build up his strength as he continues to beat cancer. He says, “I eat a whole rotisserie chicken for breakfast every day. It’s nice and moist from the health food store.
“Later, I have a peanut butter sandwich with a banana and some apple sauce. All that helps to get me through the…

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Originally posted on BlackDoctor:

mrt“I pity the fool” was actor, wrestler and weightlifter Mr. T’s favorite catch phrase. He has been on the big screen, small screen and everywhere in between with his signature “tough-guy” attitude. But the toughness wasn’t just for the cameras. Mr. T had the toughest fight of his life when he was diagnosed with a rare T-cell lymphoma cancer.  But the former A-Team star bounced back to great health thanks to his diet and faith.

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The then 51-year-old star insists his odd diet of chicken and peanut butter helped him build up his strength as he continues to beat cancer. He says, “I eat a whole rotisserie chicken for breakfast every day. It’s nice and moist from the health food store.
“Later, I have a peanut butter sandwich with a banana and some apple sauce. All that helps to get me through…

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