‘General Hospital’ Actor John J. York Provides Stem Cell Transplant Update

General Hospital star John J. York has provided an update on his health following a stem cell transplant to address two blood and bone marrow disorders. In a video posted to social media, York expressed optimism about his progress, stating that although he still has a long road ahead, his test results are looking good and he is feeling well. York is hopeful that he will be able to return to the show in late spring or early summer if things continue to go well. York, who has portrayed Mac Scorpio on the long-running ABC soap opera since 1991, was diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) and multiple smoldering myeloma last year. He has taken a break from the show to receive necessary medical treatment, including bone marrow biopsies and chemotherapy. York expressed gratitude for the support and love he has received from fans during this challenging time and wished everyone a Merry Christmas.

This update from John J. York provides encouraging news about his health following a stem cell transplant. The General Hospital star’s test results are positive, and he is hopeful about returning to the show in the near future. York has been battling two blood and bone marrow disorders, MDS and multiple smoldering myeloma since late last year. He has taken time off from his role on the long-running soap opera to focus on receiving treatment, including chemo treatments and bone marrow biopsies. York expressed gratitude for the support he has received from fans and wished everyone a Merry Christmas in his video message. While there is still a long road ahead, York’s positive update offers hope for his recovery and potential return to the show.

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