Blink-122 band’s Mark Hopes has updated his health status on his social media account, and the news is good, the singer / bassist says that the chemotherapy treatment he recently tweeted about has worked for them.
“I just saw my oncologist and I’m cancer free !!” He wrote on Instagram and Twitter on Wednesday. “Thank God God and the universe and friends and family and all those who sent support and kindness and love. Still need to be scanned every six months and it will take until the end of the year to get back to normal but today is an amazing day and I feel blessed. Can I get W in the chat?
Among those who answered were Ryan Tedder, who answered with 10 W, and Samantha Ronson, who wrote, “Yeah yeah !!!! I don’t even know you and it made my day !!! Great !!! “
Hopas was keeping fans up to date on development. Six days ago, he tweeted, “Walked three and a half miles, my strength and mood are better, and I’ll find out next week if chemo works then we’ll fuck Guoooo.”
A week ago, Hopas posted a picture of her recently starting to grow hair on her bald scalp – white, to her somewhat confused surprise.
“I mean, what is it? Is my hair turning white again? What do I think if I keep looking like George Clooney or Doc Brown? I think it is still cancerous peach fudge hair and maybe my normal hair will start to grow again? It is very strange that the hair on my head grows further, while the hair on my legs goes further down, now under my shins. I was on chemotherapy for five months and today my shins hair decides it is time for peace? Cancer is weird. “
After revealing that she had her first cancer in June, Hopas did not reveal the nature of her illness, but she became more specific in a twitch session with fans in July.
“My classification is the B-cell lymphoma stage – diffuse, which means I realized it entered four different parts of my body,” Hopas said at the July session. “I don’t know exactly how they determine the 4 parts of it, but it has penetrated enough parts of my body that I stage, Which I think is the highest. So, I’m in stage 4. Cancer is not bone-related, it is blood-related. My blood is trying to kill me. ”He described the symptoms of his treatment during his more filling. “The first chemo, I thought I was a zombie who fell on an electric fence and was just stunned. The second round of chemo, I felt very weak and tired. Really like the worst flu so far. The third round of chemo, I started retching. It’s annoying and the whole thing. “
Later in July, he took a twitch to play with the 2005 Blink-182 song “Not Now” and showed his exuberant attitude, “This is not the first time I’ve tried to play these songs. For more than a year, this is the first time I’ve been diagnosed. Since then I have felt good enough to play the lightning. After playing another song, “Anthem”, he said, “I give that song 95%, not to play for two years.”
His advanced spirit was evident even before he got the good word from his doctor. Earlier in the month, he tweeted Safari’s “Wipeout”, “I sing the song out loud when using a public restroom but instead of ‘Wipeout’ I say ‘Wipping’ and then I play the whole drum alone to the person next to me in the stall.” Wall of division.