In the lead-up to her "cancer diary" set to air on NBC, Farrah Fawcett spoke publicly for the first time about the media's relentless effort to portray her suffering for the public. Fawcett said in the interview with ProPublica and the Los Angeles Times that she had to set up an actual "sting operation" to ferret out the employee at the UCLA hospital who was leaking details of her condition to the media, and also discussed the pressure forced upon her to open a cancer foundation in her name. Fawcett, who spoke "in a firm voice that betrayed no hint of her terminal illness," said that she was deprived of the decision most cancer victims have of how and when to reveal her illness.
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