Rush Limbaugh’s producer asked fans for their prayers on Wednesday while the conservative talk radio host was forced to miss another show due to his ongoing battle with lung cancer

Producer James Golden, who works under the pseudonym Bo Snerdley, announced on Twitter that frequent guest host Ken Matthews would stand up for Limbaugh, whose illness has forced him off the air for more than a week

“Our prayers are with Rush as he continues to fight the disease he suffers from,” Golden tweeted. “We are still praying for remission Today @KenMatthews will step in for Rush Thank you for all your prayers, kind words and wishes for our onslaught God save you “

Our prayers are with Rush as he continues to fight the disease he suffers from We are still praying for remission Today @KenMatthews will step in for Rush Thank you for all your prayers, kind words and wishes for our onslaught God protect yourself

Matthews replayed the news on Twitter a short time later while sharing a picture of himself with Limbaugh. A late change in plans resulted in Brett Winterble acting as a guest presenter instead

Limbaugh Diagnosed with Advanced Lung Cancer in January 2020 One day after Limbaugh publicly announced his diagnosis in early February, former President Donald Trump presented him with the President’s Medal of Freedom during his last State of the Union address

Despite his diagnosis, Limbaugh was able to continue hosting the show for most of the following year, interrupted by regular absences In October he said his cancer was “somewhat advanced” and told the audience that he was living with an incurable disease

“It’s hard to see that the days when I don’t believe I am under a death sentence are over,” Limbaugh said. “We all know we will die at some point, but when you get a diagnosis for Having an incurable disease that has a time frame brings about a different psychological and even physical consciousness “

Shortly after the show aired, Limbaugh thanked fans for their prayers and words of encouragement on Twitter Limbaugh left the platform in January following Trump’s permanent ban

“Thank you so much for your overwhelming encouragement and support and the prayers out there,” Limbaugh tweeted. “They absolutely work! Fear not, I plan to hang out for a long time to keep on annoying the left”

During Limbaugh’s last show in 2020, he said he was “feeling pretty good” and thanked his fans while noting that he had already lived past his “expiration date”

“I wasn’t expected to be alive today,” Limbaugh said. “I didn’t expect to make it through October and then November and then December and yet here I am”

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