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Chris Bradley Ends Treatment For Leukemia, Enters Hospice Care

Saying that he’s “out of options," WBNS-TV meteorologist Chris Bradley is relying on his faith in God as he transitions to hospice care.

Bradley, 53, writes on Facebook that he’s been through five rounds of chemotherapy, a stem cell transplant, failed clinical trials and an immunotherapy trial since being diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in March 2017.

“I'm at home now, surrounded by my family. Jason and the kids have been so loving and devoted to my care all this time. Truly, we have fought this disease together. Our love for each other is so strong and saying goodbye has been excruciating for all of us,” Bradley said.

Bradley ended the Facebook post with a wedding photo with his husband, Jason Bradley-Krauss, and their two children. Bradley says the photo is “from the happiest day of my life.”

Bradley became WBNS-TV’s chief meteorologist in 2006.