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Slade’s Noddy Holder Most cancers Replace: Given Six Months to Reside

 Slade‘s Noddy Holder has shared a well being replace after he was given simply six months to reside at first of his most cancers battle 5 years in the past.

In October this yr, Holder’s spouse Suzan revealed that the musician, 77, was identified with oesophageal most cancers in 2018 and was advised he had solely months to reside.

“5 years in the past we got the devastating information that he [Noddy] had oesophageal most cancers and solely had six months to reside,” she wrote in Nice British Life journal.

She described the analysis as a “whole bombshell”, however added that her husband was dealing with “good humour and breath-taking bravery”.

Slade, 1973, Jimmy Lea, Don Powell, Noddy Holder and Dave Hill (CREDIT: Chris Walter/WireImage)

The article additionally confirmed that Holder had undergone “a gruelling course of experimental therapy as a part of a brand-new trial of intense chemotherapy”.

Nonetheless, the ‘Merry Xmas All people’ artist has now revealed that the experimental therapy has proved efficient in prolonging his life past medical doctors’ expectations.

“I misplaced all my hair,” he advised BBC Radio 2 of the therapy (per Metro). “My weight was right down to about eight stone.” Nonetheless, the therapy has been working and Holder stated that “every part’s on an excellent keel”.

“So I hope it carries on that means,” he added, joking that he was “match, match, match, however I’m match for nothing”.

Suzan beforehand stated her husband had “responded effectively” to the brand new remedies. She added: “As anybody who has obtained a most cancers analysis will know, the specialists by no means like to make use of the phrase ‘remedy’, however right here we’re 5 years later and he’s feeling good and searching nice.”

Simply this month, Holder revealed the true inspiration behind Slade’s festive 1973 hit ‘Merry Xmas All people’, which was partly impressed by the success of John Lennon and Yoko Ono‘s ‘Merry Christmas (Battle Is Over)’.

Holder stated it was the “hardest track we ever needed to report” after bandmate Don Powell narrowly escaped dying in a automobile crash in Wolverhampton earlier that yr and needed to re-learn the best way to play the drums.