The 30-year-old paranormal investigator was treated Wednesday for the disease and has been continuously updating fans on his condition via Facebook.
"Things are looking positive after complications with his kidneys started a month ago and temporarily knocked him down," Buell's Paranormal State staff wrote Thursday.
"Ryan enjoyed some Wendy's (but keep that a secret) and reported back to work today."
But despite his own battle, Buell has apparently been reaching out to those who have endured the same hardships and reminding his fans that he's not alone in the struggle.
"I know there are many of you suffering from illnesses, and not just cancer. I say to all of you: SOLDIER ON!" Buell recently wrote on Facebook. "I know the pain that you will feel. And the pain for treatment. I still say SOLDIER ON! Let's think of one another during those moments, even though we don't know each other."
"[Ryan] wants to make sure that others are taken care of first. Ryan has been honored and humbled by the support... There are those who have struggled with this disease for years, those who are diagnosed every day and those within the support network surrounding them. Ryan knows he is loved and supported, and would want for that love and support to stretch beyond this community," said a staff member.
News that Buell, who founded the Paranormal Research Society, had been diagnosed with cancer first began circulating last month.