Mark Hoppus, member of Blink-182, reveals that he managed to beat cancer

Mark Hoppus, member of Blink-182, reveals that he managed to beat cancer

Mark Hoppus, bassist for the band “Blink-182”.

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It was in the middle of this 2021 that Mark hoppus, Member of Blink-182, shocked the fans of the group after announcing that was diagnosed with stage 4 diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. However, this Thursday revealed that after a long fight against this disease, he was victorious and is cancer free.

The musician turned to his social networks to share the good news with his followers, highlighting that he is very happy and grateful for this new opportunity in life: “I just saw my oncologist and I am cancer free.”

In the same post, Mark Hoppus thanked those who stood up to the canyon during the difficult process of fighting cancer: “Thank God, the universe, friends, family, and everyone who sent support, kindness and love.”

Likewise, the 49-year-old famous indicated that like every patient who was a victim of this condition, should be kept under surveillance and studies carried out every six months to keep it from coming back. To conclude his message, he assured that “Today is a wonderful day and I feel very blessed.”

Of course, the news of Hoppus caused a stir among his fans, who did not hesitate to share their emotion with him through moving messages: “You are a champion”, “There is no better news than this, it is a new opportunity and you deserve it” and if!!! I am so happy that you have overcome this disease ”, are just some of the comments that are read under the publication.

Mark hoppus was diagnosed with stage 4 lymphoma earlier this year 2021; since then he had kept a low profile on social media. However, when he shared a photograph, he did not hesitate to be hopeful with the treatment he followed, and luckily, it paid off!

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