Blink-182 frontman Mark Hoppus posted a new photo on his official social media accounts to give fans a health update while struggling with 4 diffuse large B-cell lymphomas for the last six months.

In June, Blink-182 founder Mark Hoppus made an official announcement on Instagram Stories to reveal that he’s been undergoing chemo for the last three months. Since then, he updated his fan base regularly stating that he felt like a zombie that fell onto an electric fence during his first chemo.

Last month, Mark was interviewed by the YouTube channel of Blink-182 Chile to state that the cancer is not bone-related, and his blood is trying to kill him. He admitted that he began to forget things like the people he should call, his relative’s names, and the titles of the songs after the chemotherapy. Mark also noted that he started asking his friends a question that they just told him five minutes ago.

While Blink-182 star is struggling with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma stage 4-A for almost a year, he posted yet another tweet on his official Twitter account today to share his latest health status. According to the caption of the photo, Mark undergoes the fifth stage of chemotherapy for his stage four cancer.

Mark captioned this:

“Chemo round five. Let’s hecking go.”

And here is what’s written in the tweet:

See you all again in seven to ten days…

You can see the latest photo of Mark below.