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Bob Saget Interview Taped Last Month To Air Friday On ‘CBS Mornings’

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Comedian Bob Saget gave one of his final interviews to CBS News’ chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook last month, and the talk will air tomorrow on CBS Mornings.Watch a clip from the interview above.In the interview, which was taped Dec.

6, Saget speaks to LaPook about losing his sister in 1994 to scleroderma, a connective tissue disease. Saget how humor and performing helped him cope with the grief, saying, “It was a defense mechanism, and it truly helped me survive.”Saget, who starred in television’s Full House and hosted American’s Funniest Home Videos, died Jan.

9 in his room at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Orlando, Florida (he had performed in nearby Ponte Vedra Beach the previous evening).

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