Brooks of Bournemouth was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma

The world of football was shocked by the revelation of the 24-year-old international international football player from Bournemouth, David Brooks, that in recent examinations he was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in the second stage. What he says in his message.

The shock of the National Team of Wales, the football of England and not only caused the revelation of the 24-year-old international international football player of Bournemouth, David Brooks, that in a recent examinations he was diagnosed with cancer.

The experienced midfielder, who at the beginning of the summer played in Euro 2020 with the National Team of Wales and was a key player so far in the champion of the Bournemouth Championship, confessed himself in a message on his instagram account that he suffers from Hodgkin’s lymphoma and is in fact in the second stage.

What does this mean; It is a locally advanced disease, with the cancer being located in two areas of the lymph nodes on one side of the septum (the septum is the muscle under the lungs) or that the cancer is located in one area of ​​the lymph node and an adjacent organ.

The message of 24-year-old Brooks

He stressed in his message that a cycle of treatments will begin next week, thanked everyone in the Welsh National Team and Bournemouth and asked everyone to respect his privacy. Features he wrote:

“This is a difficult message to write. I was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in the second stage and I will start a course of treatment next week.

Although it is a shock to me and my family, the diagnosis is positive and I am sure I will get well and be ready to play again as soon as possible.

I would like to express my appreciation to the doctors, nurses and staff who care for my care for their professionalism, warmth and patience during this time.

I would also like to thank all the staff in the Welsh federation because without the prompt response of the medical team we probably would not have diagnosed the disease.

I would also like to say a thank you to Bournemouth for their support and help over the past few days.

Although I estimate that there will be interest and attention from the media. I would like you to respect my privacy in the coming months and I myself will report on the progress of my health when I have this opportunity.

In the meantime, I want to thank all of you for the messages of support, they mean a lot to me and they will mean the months to come.

“I look forward to seeing you again and playing the sport I love soon.”

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