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Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by Bob Clayton, Jun 24, 2021.
Mark posted this on his social media accounts today.
Cancer sucks, wishing him the best.
Wishing him all the best. Cancer sucks.
Good luck Mark.
Wishing him the very best.
Stay strong Mark.
Good luck Mark. I’m going thru the same thing right now.
Hopefully it’s a cancer with good survival rates.
Great attitude! I've been fighting cancer for almost four years now, although sometimes it seems more like an endurance sport than a combat sport: two full-on open surgeries, immunotherapy, and now this nasty tyrosine kinase inhibitor. Through it all I continued working out every day, not to mention working working. Staying positive and staying active are the most important things.
That’s the attitude that keeps you alive. My wife was told she would have to have a transplant in 5 years or she would be dead and it 6 now. She has a rare autoimmune disease that requires a living donor as it’s hard to get high meld scores for this disease ( won’t go into it but Walter Payton died from it as well as my brothers wife’s father ). It also has a really high rate of turning into cancer and by the time it does you are too late. She is so strong and will not let it keep her down and at times I forget to some extent she has it ! I feel for all of you and know a little bit what it’s like to not know what tomorrow brings ! Sending up prayers for all of you !!!
Missed this the first go-around. I'm not a huge Blink-182 fan, but I do enjoy some of their stuff and respect MH's work. Looks like a variant of non-Hodgkin's.
Mark Hoppus diagnosed with stage IV diffuse large B-cell lymphoma: 'My blood's trying to kill me'
His mother had it (and BrCA too!).
I had no idea about you guys. I'm so sorry. All of you have my thoughts, prayers, positive energy.
This caught my attention as I'm a Hodgkin's survivor. Cancer is kind of like a fraternity with the worst hazing in the world, but when you meet another survivor there is a weird kind of bond. Wednesday was my 11th anniversary of my "N.E.D." day. One of the best and worst days of my life, so it always puts me in a weird, reflective kind of mood.
Thanks for the extra info and link on Hoppus’ case. I’m currently going through chemo for a similar NHL. CLL in my case. Overall survival rate is pretty good, fortunately, especially for younger patients.
Oh, and thanks, my friend!
Sorry to hear that. I hope he pulls through.
I lived through Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. Treatment is better these days. A positive mental attitude is everything.
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