Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus Receives ‘Best News Possible’ In Stage Four Cancer Battle
Mark Hoppus has revealed he has “the best news possible” after chemotherapy is in the midst of his battle with stage four cancer.
The Blink-182 singer, 49, shared the update with his worried fans on Twitter when he implied his health was heading in the right direction as he battled diffuse large stage B-cell lymphoma four.
The beloved musician revealed that “chemo works” and that it was the “best possible news” he could have received.
Mark told his loyal followers: “Tests show chemo is working!
“I still have months of treatment ahead of me, but this is the best news possible.”
The All The Small Things hitmaker then addressed the aftermath of his chemotherapy sessions, admitting he had experienced swirling ups and downs as he continued to fight each day.
“I am so grateful and confused and also sick of the chemo from the past week,” Mark said.
“But the poison that the doctors inject into me and the good thoughts and wishes of the people around me are destroying this cancer.”
Mark ended his emotional health update by vowing to beat his illness.
“I’m just going to keep fighting,” the courageous singer wrote.
Mark, who shares his 18-year-old son Jack with his wife Skye Everly, has been keeping fans up to date on his battle with cancer for weeks now, and the singer has previously admitted he is overwhelmed by the support he has. had received since the news broke. in June.
The Blink-182 superstar first found out about her diagnosis in April, but decided to keep her battle a secret in an effort to come to terms with the life-changing news.
On June 23, Mark shared the sad news with the world when he took to Twitter to admit he was scared after his diagnosis.
The hitmaker told fans, “It’s sucks and I’m scared, and at the same time I’m lucky to have amazing doctors, family and friends to help me get through this.
And last week, Mark shared more details about his diffuse large B-cell lymphoma – a cancer that starts in white blood cells called lymphocytes and is the most common type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
During a live broadcast on Twitch, the rocker explained, “My classification is stage 4-A diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, which means, as I understand it, that it entered four different parts of my body.
“I don’t know exactly how they determine the four parts,” he continued, “but it got into enough parts of my body that I was in stage 4, which I think is the most. high possible So I’m at stage 4-A.
The resilient star vowed, “We are beating this cancer – it’s only a matter of time.”