"He cried like I've never heard a grown man cry in my life," says Schneidermesser.
"That man just cried like a baby every single time I spoke to him." Quivers never tried her cancer jokes on a larger audience.
Surgery revealed the mass to be cancerous, requiring a 12-hour surgery to remove it. Surgery revealed the cancer had spread over her entire pelvis.
“I’ve been on [Howard’s] show a bunch of times since and it’s all good.
I’m on the road 15, 17 days of the month, so it’s tough to have something normal. But my career, I always put that first and unfortunately that f— up a lot of relationships. ” Click here to hear Jim Florentine’s full interview.
In 1981, Howard Stern hired her to be a newscaster on his controversial show, In May 2012, Quivers had a large tumor—she described it as "grapefruit-sized"—removed from her abdomen.
Since the operation she has continued to appear on the show, but not in the studio.
They emerged every couple of hours to share increasingly dire forecasts with Quivers' friend Susan Schneidermesser, who passed on the updates via phone to Quivers' other friends.