The whole world was saddened when we found out that Michael Buble’s son Noah had cancer.
But, it’s time to wipe the tears because an Argentinian journalist claims to have been told by the 3-year-old boy’s aunt that “The cancer has gone.”
The wonderful news about the 41-year-old singer’s son was revealed on a morning TV program.
He was reading out a message sent to him by nutritionist and sister of Buble’s wife Daniela Lopilato after he contacted her to check reports if his eldest son was recovering from liver cancer.
The singer’s sister-in-law insisted it was up to Noah’s parents to tell the world how their son was doing.
“I’m going to read word for word what Daniela told me because I don’t want to miss out even a comma.
“She tells me, ‘Yes, Noah is recovering and we’re very happy that’s the case.
“His parents will speak when they want to do so.”
He added: “There’s a sentence which I think is wonderful and has to do with the information a colleague of mine had received and I insist there’s no official confirmation because Noah’s parents haven’t spoken, but in principle the youngster is on the mend.
“The sentence is, ‘The cancer has gone.’
Obviously, the world is hoping and praying that the news is true.
This news spread like wild fire overnight. The showbiz portal Teleshow was also told by sources who were close to Michael and his Argentine wife Luisana that the boy was “free from cancer.”
Daniela appeared to distance herself from the reports last night, but she still said that Noah was in good health and didn’t deny any contact with journalists.
She tweeted: “Don’t use my name in the media with information and things that I haven’t said. Noah is doing well and his parents will speak when they want to.”
The young boy’s parents are yet to make an official comment.
For those who didn’t know, Buble and Luisana’s 3-year-old son Noah was battling liver cancer. He started four months of chemo at a clinic in Los Angeles, and his father ultimately had to pull out of several job commitments, including hosting 2017’s BRIT awards.
The treatment was designed to reduce the size of the tumor before it’s removal.
Buenos Aires-based Daniela, Luisana’s eldest sister, told Argentinan magazine Gente shortly after confirmation by Noah’s parents he had cancer: “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. The time to start a long and very difficult treatment has come but it’s got to be done.
“They say children are normally strong to put up with chemotherapy and my nephew is a warrior.”
We wish the best for Noah and his family, and we hope for a speedy recovery.
With medical technology constantly advancing, there is a lot of hope that he will make a full recovery.
All we do now is wait until it’s fully confirmed by his family and the experts who take care of him that he has fully recovered.