The cancer was found during a routine examination several weeks ago. A publicist for Griffin Wednesday told Entertainment Tonight the 82-year-old entertainer's "spirits are high."
"I'd rather play 'Jeopardy' than live it," Griffin said in a statement. "I was ready for a vacation; however this wasn't the destination I had in mind."
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