On Friday, Eric Braeden, known for his role as Victor Newman on CBS’s “The Young and the Restless” for over four decades, shared that he is undergoing cancer treatment.

In a 13-minute Facebook video, Braeden, who is 82 years old, shared “I’m a little under the weather, but not really much. I work out, but reduced, in a reduced way.”

According to Braeden, a urologist found some cancerous cells of high grade during his bladder exam. He mentioned he had been having prostate problems while recovering from knee surgery.

The actor who won an Emmy award and was also seen in “ic” as John Jacob Ast and the 2018 heist thriller “Den of Thieves” revealed that he has managed to act in “Y&R” while undergoing six weeks of immunotherapy treatments.

“I’m happy to be able to go to work,” he said. “That, I enjoy. It distracts me. I love acting. I love knowing that I entertain people.”

He promised he “will lick this.”

“This bastard ain’t going to get me. I’m going to get it,” he continued. “I’ll be in top form again soon.”

In a recent interview on CNN’s “Who’s Talking To Chris Wallace?”, Braeden criticized Eva Longoria for making derogatory comments about her time on “The Young and the Restless,” which had garnered attention in the news.

Last month, Braeden tweeted about Longoria, 48, who had starred on the soap opera from 2001 to 2003 before moving on to “Desperate Housewives,” saying “You simply weren’t good enough to survive the pressures of this medium!”