of any kind," family members said in a statement on their Web site. The statement came in response to a New York Post story that cited family friends as saying Sinatra had inoperable cancer. Last week the newspaper reported he had bladder cancer. Sinatra`s spokeswoman, Susan Reynolds, had declined to comment on the reports when he spent two days in the hospital last week for unspecified tests. Reynolds also would not say what kind of tests the 82-year-old entertainer, nicknamed "Ol` Blue Eyes," underwent, citing his request for privacy. The Grammy-winning crooner and Oscar-winning actor was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center last Tuesday by ambulance, accompanied by his wife, Barbara. Friends who have seen Sinatra recently report that he has trouble walking but still acts as the host of a weekly card game at his home. He also was reported to be in the early stages of Alzheimer`s disease, according to a senior Hollywood executive who is a close friend. In January 1997 Sinatra suffered "an uncomplicated heart attack" and was rushed to a hospital for the third time in two months. Earlier, he had been there for what was described as "a pinched nerve."