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LSU's Cam Cameron: 'Given clean bill of health' after prostate cancer diagnosis

LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron with junior quarterback Anthony Jennings (Source: WAFB) LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron with junior quarterback Anthony Jennings (Source: WAFB)
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

LSU Offensive Coordinator Cam Cameron given clean bill of health after being diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Cameron and Head coach Les Miles held a press conference Friday evening to address the news. 

Cameron said that he does plans to coach the Tigers this season. He said he was diagnosed weeks ago, has already receive treatment and has been cleared. 

"I'm fine and my health is good. I've been given a clean bill of health," said Cameron.

He said he has some minor recovery and will have very few limitations. There was no radiation involved in his treatment, just a procedure. He said it was about a four week process. 

Cameron said that the diagnosis was "serious," but said that after the season there would be a time and place to talk more about what he went through.

He has been involved all through out training camp. This will be Cameron's third season at LSU. 

He thanked the support from the program, Miles, the staff and the player for both him and his family.

Cameron, 54, is also a Melanoma survivor.

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