But, he added, prayer and supporters have helped him feel a lot better since his diagnosis.
He added: “They have come out and they have told me, and my gosh, it makes me feel so good.”
“We may try a new protocol, a different chemo or something in the trial stage that is not chemotherapy,” he said, adding, “I don’t mind experimenting. I’ve got nothing to lose, so let’s go for it.”
In March, he revealed in a YouTube video he had been suffering from stomach pains before being diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer, which he vowed to fight.
He told his wife of 29 years, Jean Trebek, first, but not right away, because “it was not devastating news to me.”
“Throughout my life, I’ve always wondered about how courageous a human being I was,” Trebek said. “I just look at it as it’s a part of life. Does that mean I’m courageous because I’m dealing with it? No. I could be scared to death and I’d still have to deal with it.”