Mark Hoppus is officially cancer free!
The co-leader of Blink-182 shared a statement on Instagram what does it say:
I just saw my oncologist and I am cancer free! Thank God, the universe, friends, family and everyone who sent support, kindness and love. I still have a scan every six months and it will take me until the end of the year to get back to normal, but today is an amazing day and I feel so blessed. Can I get a W in chat?
Hoppus revealed her cancer diagnosis in June, writing on social media, “For the past three months, I have undergone chemotherapy for cancer. I have cancer. It sucks and I’m scared, and at the same time I’m blessed with amazing doctors, family, and friends who will help me get through this. ” diagnosed with stage 4 lymphoma, specifically “stage IV-A diffuse large B-cell lymphoma.” He explained in July that if his last three rounds of chemotherapy worked, there would be a chance he would “never have to think about cancer again.”
Although his cancer diagnosis halted the band’s plans to record their next album, Hoppus took up his bass for the first time since his chemotherapy treatments. playing “Not Now” on a Twitch stream in July. “It’s not only the first time I’ve tried to play these songs in over a year, it’s the first time I’ve felt good enough to play bass since I was diagnosed,” he said during the live broadcast. . “This is the first time I’ve played my bass in a few months, even.”
He also recently shared a photo on Instagram of her hair turning white, entitled, “I mean, what the fuck is this? Does my hair grow white again? If so, I wonder if I’ll be more like George Clooney or Doc Brown. I feel like this is still the cancerous peach hair and maybe my normal hair will start to grow back. ”
Here’s to Doc Brown (or George Clooney) playing Blink-182 shows again soon.