Michael Buble's Son Noah Diagnosed With Liver Cancer: ‘Feeling Good’ Singer’s Child Starts His 4 Months Of Chemotherapy
The 41-year-old crooner, Michael Buble, is going through a rough road after his three-year-old son, Noah, is confirmed with liver cancer. Just a few days after the confirmation, Buble's son began his chemotherapy.
On November 1, Noah's examination results from a clinic at Argentina came out and confirmed that the young boy is suffering from liver cancer, according to The Sun. He is currently undergoing chemotherapy in the United States and it will last for four months. Noah, son of Michael Buble, might also have to undergo surgery to get rid of the tumor.
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The singer, Michael Buble, and his wife Luisana Lopilato first shared on Facebook about the unfortunate news that their son Noah is diagnosed with liver cancer. In the post, Buble and his wife expressed that they were devastated after learning about Noah's illness. They add that their careers will be on hold because they will focus all of their time and attention in supporting Noah.
Before the child was diagnosed of liver cancer, Noah, Michael Buble's son, was taken to the hospital by his mother due to high fever. At first the doctors said that the child may be suffering from either a throat infection or mononucleosis. Mumps were ruled out.
Noah underwent a throat swab culture which tested him positive for throat infection. However, his abdominal ultrasound results detected that the child has a liver problem. Michael Buble's son went through further tests and eventually he was confirmed to have liver cancer.
After learning about their son's medical test results, Michael Buble and his wife flew together to Los Angeles to get a second opinion. Unfortunately, Noah is yet again confirmed to be suffering from liver cancer. They might have their child undergo treatment in St Jude's Children's Research Hospital in Tennessee, according to Mirror.
Noah's illness is a big blow to Michael Buble and his family but there is hope. There is 90 percent chance that Noah will beat the liver cancer after his surgery which he will undergo when he finishes his 4 months of chemotherapy.