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Danny Trejo is in need of your prayers.

The scary Breaking Bad actor who plays drug smuggler Tortuga survived liver cancer, though he admits his secretary complained about having to listen to him “whine like a little girl.” Yet, he took care to keep this information a secret from his loved ones and close friends.

He talked about the experience while promoting his “wearable Viagra” product called Giddy to The Sun. Giddy is a substance that helps men keep their erections naturally maintained.

Due to concerns about his liver’s health, Trejo claimed to be a fan of his own product.

I’m afraid to death of taking too many medications, you know, I actually overcame liver cancer so I don’t want to start putting anything in there, he said to the magazine.

At the time of his diagnosis, doctors found a 10 cm tumor on his liver.

The size of his tumor, he said, prevented the physicians from giving him chemotherapy; instead, they gave him “injections.”

There are a few injections available to treat liver cancer.

Trejo can be referring to the selective internal radiation therapy for cancer.

The NHS explains: “Radioactive beads are injected into your liver’s bloodstream to stop cancer from spreading.”

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