76-year-old Sam Neill has rarecancer but is more afraid of retirement.

Sam Neill is in remission and back to doing what he loves.

The 76-year-old entertainer shared a well-being update regarding his non-Hodgkin blood cancer, angioimmunoblastic T-cell lymphoma.

“I realize I have it, yet I’m not exactly keen on it,” Neill said. ‘It’s beyond my control. On the off chance that you have zero control over it, don’t get into it.”

According to the reports from the National Institutes of Health, the disease “This is a subtype of peripheral T-cell lymphoma (PTCL)” and “accounts for only 1% to 2% of all non-Hodgkin lymphomas.”

Neill, known for his work in TV and movies like “Jurassic Park,” expressed that following three months of chemotherapy, the treatment quit working. Neill said that his primary care physicians changed courses to attempt “an intriguing enemy of malignant growth medication,” and it’s had some achievement.

Getting medication dosages like clockwork helped usher him into reduction. However, the star said specialists have let him know that, in the end, it will fail to be compelling.

“I’m ready for that,” Neill said.

He said he’s “not somewhat apprehensive” of biting the dust and, on second thought, considers the idea “irritating” as he has countless things he wishes to do. All things being equal, he said, it is resigning which “fills me with frightfulness.”

Neill would rather focus on his garden, his vineyards, his grandchildren, and work.

Prior to the actors’ strike, he had been working with Annette Bening on the adaptation of Liane Moriarty’s novel, “Apples Never Fall.”

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