Armağan Çağlayan Announces He Has Cancer

Successful television personality Armağan Çağlayan, who has recently made a name for himself with his programs on YouTube, announced that he had cancer from his social media account. Saying that a mass was detected in his lung, Çağlayan said, “I will start the treatment process next week.”

Armağan Çağlayan, the successful television producer of the screens, said that he had cancer by making a post on his social media account. Talking about the process he went through, Çağlayan announced that he would take a break from his shows and programs.


Giving the bad news from his Instagram account, which has 744 thousand followers, Çağlayan used the following expressions: “Hello everyone, I want to share something personal with you today. A mass was detected in my lung during the annual health screening I had recently, and as a result of the examinations, it was found that the mass was most likely cancerous today. I will start the treatment process from the end of next week.”


“For this reason, we take a mandatory break from the I Have Something To Tell You Show, which we have been staging for five months, after the performance at the Bostanlı Suat Taşer Theater on Friday, November 25, and cancel the Aydın, Denizli and Bodrum performances in the following days. However, working is what it always means to me. like, now it is the most important source of motivation that keeps me connected with life. Therefore, I will return to my work without prolonging that mandatory break. Hope to see you again at Kadıköy Public Education Center on December 18… I will give brief information. Since I cannot answer everyone one by one, I ask for your understanding, love and well-being in advance.

Ece Nagihan

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