Black Sabbath icon Ozzy Osbourne’s lovely wife, Sharon Osbourne’s little-known interview has been exposed by ‘Sunday’s Express.’
As you may all know, Sharon Osbourne learned that she has colon cancer while filming a television show, ‘The Osbournes,’ in 2001. Sharon arrived in New York to shoot the latest episode of The Osbournes, and after learning the results of being diagnosed with bowel cancer, she immediately underwent a hard surgery.
Here’s what Sharon Osbourne said:
“In the best-case scenario, he would discover that cancer had not spread. He would cut it out and I wouldn’t require further treatment. I was feeling optimistic. I was of the mind that I would be fine after the operation.”
However, it turned out that cancer actually spread to Sharon’s lymph nodes, which caused the removal of eight months of chemotherapy. Sharon continued:
“On the first day you get the chemo, you feel fine but, oh my Lord, the next day you feel absolutely horrible. It’s like your body has been attacked. You deal with diarrhea and vomiting — and that is just the beginning
Soon, your sense of smell gets distorted and you can’t taste the food. Your hair falls out, including your eyebrows and eyelashes. It’s worse than you can imagine.”
Sharon also had seizures while undergoing chemotherapy. She said:
“I was having massive seizures intermittently. They came without warning and that was truly frightening.”
She also mentioned:
“Get checked regularly and listen to your body. It will tell you if something is wrong. If you have severe abdominal pains like I did or a lump on your breast, go see a doctor. Early detection saves lives,” she says. “Life is a gift. Don’t take it for granted.”
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