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How I survived Cancer – Vast Of Bracket

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You all know Vast of the popular group Bracket just returned to Nigeria after spending time in the UK where he had been undergoing treatment for Blood Cancer.

When asked how it all started, the very lucky survivor tell his story to Punch Saturday Beats

“It all started when we went on an American tour and I started feeling feverish. I found myself taking my bath with hot water even on a very hot day. That was when I started noticing something was wrong. I noticed that whenever I drank alcohol, the fever would come in an aggressive way. I eventually went to a hospital in London. The doctor told me not to worry that everything would be fine. He said to start the treatment, they would have to do something that would allow them take something from my spine. It was a very painful procedure”.

“There was a time that I felt I would die. My only fear was that I was not close to God. I was afraid that if I died, I would not make it to heaven. We musicians have a particular lifestyle. You may plan to be upright, but when you go into entertainment business, it would change you. I was regretting that I was not close to God. I did not want to go to hell. I felt so happy that I survived,” he said.

“After the treatment, I did two other tests and the doctors confirmed that I was okay. After three months, I am meant to go for a PET scan. I could remember that before the treatment, we had a meeting and agreed that we had to bring $50,000. After the seventh chemotherapy session, the whole money finished. They had to send more $8,000 into the account I was using. The last time I went to withdraw money, what was left there was $120. So I used about $58,000”

He said doctors warned him to stay away from unprotected sex for about three months. They said if he impregnates a girl, the baby may not form normally as he still has residues of the chemotherapy in his system. Assured that he is healed, he said that at the end of the treatment, he did a blood test and they said he was okay.

The singer told Saturday Beats that the treatment cost him about $58,000. He was supported by some close friends like P-Square, KCee, Flavour and a London-based friend, Ugonna, who offered them both accommodation and about $30,000.

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