Bournemouth star David Brooks reveals most cancers analysis
Bournemouth midfielder David Brooks has been diagnosed with stage two Hodgkin lymphoma, a rare form of cancer, Sky Sports reports.
As the Independent reported last week, Brooks had to resign from Wales’ youngest squad due to an unspecified illness. We have now had clarity about the nature of the disease and that is bad news.
As noted in the Sky Sports report, the Bournemouth star was diagnosed with stage two Hodgkin lymphoma, which is defined by the NHS as “a rare cancer that develops in the lymphatic system, a network of vessels and glands that make up The body is distributed throughout your body. “
Brooks used social media to discuss his diagnosis and found that his prognosis is good. The 24-year-old hopes to return to football soon once cancer is defeated.
– David Brooks (@ DRBrooks15) October 13, 2021
You can find more information about Hodgkin lymphoma on the NHS website
Those who have shared their good wishes for Brooks include Arsenal, Chelsea, the Premier League and England’s official social media channels. The whole world of football will no doubt pull for him.
Brooks is a young man in excellent physical shape with the odds in his favor. While any diagnosis of cancer is frightening, there is optimism that he will be fit and ready to continue his football career.