Musician Nile Rodgers has suggested he recently underwent cancer medicine and that his augury is “100% recovery”.
The Chic co-founder pronounced doctors had detected a “mysterious growth” on his right kidney that incited out to be “two opposite cancers within one mass”.
“I would have never believed that my physique would be invaded by another cancer,” he wrote on his Planet C blog.
The 65-year-old was diagnosed with an assertive form of prostate cancer in 2010 but got the all-clear in 2013.
Since then, he said, he had “attacked life with gusto” and “worked at an violent level” with musicians including Daft Punk.
Rodgers pronounced the new expansion was detected during a revisit to hospital to provide a case of E. Coli he picked up while furloughed with Earth, Wind Fire.
After behaving in Brooklyn on 2 November, he flew to Rochester in upstate New York and had the carcinogenic mass private the following day.
Revealing his augury was good, Rodgers added: “You can start dancing, singing and entertaining now!”
The “situation”, he said, had “delayed some big plans” but would not stop him focusing on the future.
“Cancer, really? I’m done,” he resolved in a extensive post that he also review out in an concomitant video. “2018 here we come!”
“What will occur next year is over any of my wildest dreams,” he teased, earnest to exhibit some-more in his next blog post.
The guitarist and writer is set to perform with Chic in executive London on New Year’s Eve in a unison that will be promote live on BBC One.
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