Wanted singer Tom Parker has been diagnosed with a fourth-degree brain tumor.
Parker, 32, and his wife, Kelsey Hardwick, went to Instagram on Monday and posted a joint statement about his condition.
The couple also chose to do a recent interview to give a better idea of how the singer got his diagnosis and their plan of action ahead.
“There is no easy way to say this, but unfortunately I was diagnosed with a brain tumor and am now undergoing treatment,” Parker and his wife said in a statement.
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They continued, “We are all completely devastated, but we will fight it to the end.”
“We don’t want your sadness, we just want love and positivity, and together we will raise awareness of this terrible disease and look for all available treatment options,” Parker and Hardwick concluded. “It will be a difficult battle, but with the love and support of all, we will overcome it.”
Parker revealed in an interview with the British edition OK! magazine that he was diagnosed with glioblastoma, which is a fourth-degree brain tumor.
“Grade 3 and Grade 4 tumors tend to grow rapidly and spread faster than lower-grade tumors,” according to Cancer.gov.
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The singer revealed in an interview that he had a seizure in July and should have been included in the waiting list for an MRI scan. Six weeks later, he suffered another seizure and was hospitalized.
After three days of testing, he received his diagnosis.
“I knew something was wrong, but I never expected it to be,” Parker told the store.
Fourth-degree brain tumors are among the most aggressive, but the couple revealed that they chose not to ask about a timeline for the survival of inoperable cancer cells.
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“I said that for Tom’s state of mind and who he was as a person, that would not be good for him,” his wife said. “He would literally sit here and count the days and not live his life.”
Parker added: “There are so many stories of people who got a bad prognosis and are still here five, 10, even 15 years later. We will fight this all the way.”
The singer “Glad You Came” and his wife have been expecting their second child for two years in November. They also have a 1-year-old daughter named Aurelia.
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After Parker rose to fame with The Wanted, he was cast as Danny Zuko on the Grease UK tour.