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Mark Hoppus at Blink 182 gives fans an update on his cancer treatment


Mark Hoppus gave fans a positive update on his cancer treatment while speaking to fans on Twitch.

The bass player and singer from Blink 182 hosted a Blinko game, and the winnings went to Los Angeles Children’s Hospital.

At the beginning of the game, the musician left room for questions, several fans asked how he was feeling.

“How am I today? I feel a lot better than yesterday. Yesterday was hell for me. I woke up feeling better,” replied Hoppus to a fan.

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He said his nausea had been improving for days.

“I went for a walk and had a decent breakfast today and I didn’t feel like I was going to throw up today so let’s take it as a win,” he added.

When a fan told Hoppus that his “heart sank” when he heard the news of his cancer diagnosis and hoped to see the artist live in the future, Hoppus replied, “I appreciate all the best wishes I can get.”

He also hoped to go abroad as soon as he got better.

“The only things I need to fill out customs forms for will be for the US right now until I feel good enough to be able to handle the mail again,” he said.

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Hoppus received many congratulations from fans outside the US who joined the game and said he “can’t wait” to travel to countries like Finland and the UK again

He also gave fans a glimpse of what he’s been doing at his home fighting cancer.

“I actually watched movies and ran around cleaning the house and hanging out with my dogs,” he said via the Daily Mail.

Last week, the 49-year-old musician announced on social media that he was undergoing chemotherapy for cancer.

“It sucks and I’m scared,” he wrote. “And at the same time, I’ve been blessed with incredible doctors and family and friends who can get me through this.”

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Hoppus also posted on an Instagram story showing how he was hooked up to an IV. Deadline reported that he had titled the picture: “Yes, hello. Cancer treatment please.”

Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker and Matt Skiba of Blink-182 perform at ABCs on July 19, 2019 in New York City

Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker and Matt Skiba of Blink-182 perform on ABC’s “Good Morning America” ​​in Rumsey Playfield, Central Park on July 19, 2019 in New York City. The band left the disastrous Fyre Festival due to technical concerns about their staging.
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Hoppus did not mention the type of cancer or the stage.

His bandmates Travis Barker and Tom DeLonge also stand next to their boyfriend after the Blink 182 bassist reveals he did it cancer.

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Barker, the band’s drummer, called Hoppus his “brother” and sent a message of hope that they will perform together again soon.

“Mark is my brother and I love and support him,” Barker said in a statement to E! News. “I’ll be with him every step of the way on stage and I can’t wait for us to play together again soon.”

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