LOS ANGELES: Actor Ben Stiller has revealed that he has been free from prostate cancer for three years now and said he feels happy and healthy.
During his appearance on the "Today Show", Stiller talked about his health while promoting his film "Brad's Status", reports dailymail.co.uk.
"I'm three years now cancer-free and I'm really happy that getting the word out there about the PSA test has actually made a little bit of a difference," Stiller said.
The PSA is a simple blood test that gives early warning of prostate cancer.
The actor was diagnosed in June 2014. At the time, he had no symptoms or family history specific to the disease, which was detected after Stiller took a PSA test.