But my fight had just begun."My family and the group were all in shock, but will.instantly reached out to a great doctor who helped me figure out a treatment plan.I was racing against the clock."Taboo explained how he went through 12 weeks of "intense, aggressive" chemotherapy as part of his treatment."There were times that I wanted to give up, but I became inspired by sports figures who have gone through similar battles," he added.Black Eyed Peas star Taboo has revealed that he has been fighting testicular cancer.
He says, "The fact that will.got to work with Michael, and got to really know him as a person...You know, I grew up with Will, and he shared all these stories with us."I began channeling my energy into the thing that keeps me alive and spirited: music."I wanted to share my story and inspire others like those who had inspired me."He continued: "I had chemo brain and kept fading in and out, but my team kept me focused because they knew how important it was."The musician has now been cancer-free for two years, though adds that the "real battle isn't over" as he partners with the American Cancer Society to inspire those fighting cancer and to encourage people to get checked if there are any warning signs."We've just released my new song 'Fight' to help people face their own challenges," he explained."There are millions going through things like this, and I want to remind them that we don't curl up into a ball when we have a trial or tribulation.Taboo from The Black Eyed Peas has revealed his secret battle with testicular cancer for the first time.We caught up with Taboo shortly after BEP played the UK's Glastonbury Festival. Those of us who grew up in the '80s, that's who we looked at for inspiration." Peas member will.recently revealed that he worked on an unreleased album of dance tracks with Jackson.
Taboo says that collaboration provided a tangible link for him to the King of Pop.
She revealed her diagnosis in May, and her longtime boyfriend, New York Gov.
Andrew Cuomo, announced that he would be taking some personal time to support her through her double mastectomy.
Sir John Hurt, known for performances in "Alien," "The Elephant Man" and the Harry Potter movies, told the British Press Association that he has pancreatic cancer.
The disease is in its early stages, he said, and he is "more than optimistic about a satisfactory outcome, as indeed is the medical team."Actress Rita Wilson, who can be seen on HBO's "Girls," revealed April 14 that she is fighting breast cancer and has undergone a double mastectomy.
The 41-year-old, real name Jaime Luis Gomez, spoke about his private health battle on The Doctors in the hope that it will help others going through the same thing.