New Details Emerge On Michael Bublé's 3-Year-Old Son's Battle With Cancer

Written by Vanessa Hojda
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If you think 2016 is a rough year for you, just be take a look at the Bublé family right now and keep them in your prayers. Last week, Bublé and his Argentinian wife Luisana Lopilato confirmed via his Facebook page that their 3-year-old son Noah was diagnosed with cancer. The post didn’t specify what type of cancer it was, but now more details on the little boy’s condition have emerged.

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In an interview with Argentinian magazine Gente, Luisana’s sister Daniela confirmed that her nephew was diagnosed with liver cancer and chemotherapy will last about four months. She told the magazine, ‘If God wanted it to be discovered that way, it’s because he wants to save Noah. Cancer is a horrible illness but we have faith in Noah being able to overcome this. We know he will.’

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The family seems hopeful that the early diagnosis, coupled with the fact that children respond better to chemotherapy, will ensure that Noah comes out victorious from his illness. Michael and his wife said in their initial facebook post that they’re both currently putting their careers on hold in order to take care of their son.

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Before the announcement, the Argentinian media speculated that Noah was being treated for the mumps or leukemia. Gente magazine released more details of the events leading up to Noah’s diagnosis, saying that Luisana had taken Noah to a hospital in Buenos Aires when he started having a high fever. Tests were carried out, including an abdominal ultrasound, in order to rule out a throat infection or mononucleosis.

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The family seems hopeful that the early diagnosis, coupled with the fact that children respond better to chemotherapy, will ensure that Noah comes out victorious from his illness. Michael and his wife said in their initial facebook post that they’re both currently putting their careers on hold in order to take care of their son.

Before the announcement, the Argentinian media speculated that Noah was being treated for the mumps or leukemia. Gente magazine released more details of the events leading up to Noah’s diagnosis, saying that Luisana had taken Noah to a hospital in Buenos Aires when he started having a high fever. Tests were carried out, including an abdominal ultrasound, in order to rule out a throat infection or mononucleosis.

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