Tom Selleck’s Health Struggles Threaten Beloved Show

We’re sorry to tell you this sad news, dear friends. Many of us love Tom Selleck, but he is having health problems that could even mean the end of his famous show.

People around the world admire Tom as an actor and film producer. He is best known for playing the charming private detective Thomas Magnum on the hit TV show Magnum, P.I.

People who are close to Tom say that he has chronic rheumatoid arthritis, which has a big impact on his daily life, both emotionally and professionally, on the set of his current show, “Blue Bloods.”

He no longer jumps off of cars and dives into the ocean with ease like he used to.  “Tom’s arthritis has changed things for him,” said one of his co-stars. It slows him down, which he doesn’t like.

There is a stunt double for the more scary scenes, but Tom needs him for everyday things like getting in and out of his police car. His arthritis hurts more some days than others. But Tom always does his job and never complains.

Tom’s family is also worried that the medicines he is taking for his arthritis, which may include steroid-like drugs, may be hurting his vision and causing him to lose his sight slowly. It is linked to arthritis and causes inflammation in the middle layer of the eye. People between the ages of 20 and 59 are most likely to have uveitis.

We know Tom to be a tough, resilient person who never moans. But this sickness is really awful, and he’s having a hard time right now. It’s very important that we all work together to help him in any way we can during these tough times.

As Tom goes through this difficult journey, let’s keep him in our thoughts and prayers. Feel free to tell other people about this story so that we can all send him love and good vibes. Tom, we’re thinking about you.

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