Janet Jackson To Face Surgery on Major Crisis, Postpones Next Music Tour

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Janet Jackson is to most probably undergo immediate surgery on her vocal cords as she has developed a tumor in her vocal cords with chances that it is cancerous.

In an online post, the Grammy Award singer has said:

Hey you guys… Happy Holidays to each and every one of you! I need you to know, I learned today, from my doctors that I must have surgery soon. It breaks my heart to tell you that I am forced to postpone the Unbreakable Tour until the spring. Please pray for me, my family and our entire company during this difficult time…There will be no further comment.

The 49-year old music icon had been actively preparing for the 2016 edition of her yearly Unbreakable World Tour, which had been officially slated for January 9. For Janet’s fans and the world of music, the suppressed fear is the unimaginable possibility of the doctor’s speculations of a likely cancer in the larynx being true. According to Radaronline.com, Dr. Stuart Fischer said in an interview with the Radar press crew: “God forbid that this should be cancer of the larynx. That will abruptly end her ability to ever perform again.

Radaronline.com further gathers that cancer of the larynx requires immediate surgery type CC, as expatiated on by Dr. Fischer. Moreover, in posttreatment living, a patient might need an electrolarynx—that is, an artificial voice box, just to be able to speak. Singing, obviously then, is not option.

He added that the treatment for a cancerous tumour in such middle-aged Jackson’s throat would have to be extremely aggressive and require intense after-care. He said the procedure would be a complex one, to be followed by months of radiation treatment.

Source: Radar
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