Blink-182 bass guitarist Mark Hoppus talked about his upcoming chemotherapy sessions by sharing a new post on his official Instagram account.
In June, Mark announced through his social media accounts that he has stage 4 diffuse large B-cell lymphoma and has been getting chemotherapy for over three months. Two days ago, Mark got his fifth round of chemo and shared his thoughts on social media.
Mark mentioned in his latest post that today is a recovery day from his recent chemotherapy session and revealed the piece of art that he created using Legos. Afterward, Mark stated that he feels just fine at the moment.
He also stated that he feels just fine, even though they told him that the last two rounds of chemotherapy might be the worst. He celebrated his ‘small victories,’ and stressed the importance of taking one step at a time.
As you might recall, Mark had pointed out earlier that he felt like a zombie after taking the first round of chemo and then really exhausted after the second time. Thus, we can understand that it is slowly getting more bearable for him and that Mark is fighting very hard to beat cancer.
Mark Hoppus about his chemotherapy sessions:
“Chemo recovery day project, although I feel pretty okay, considering they said these last two rounds would be the worst. Small victories. I’ll take them.”
You can check out the post below.