Bournemouth and Wales star David Brooks recognized with Stage II Hodgkin Lymphoma, because the 24-year-old insists: ‘The prognosis is a constructive one… I’m assured that I’ll make a full restoration and be again enjoying as quickly as doable’
- Bournemouth confirmed David Brooks’ prognosis in an announcement on Wednesday
- The 24-year-old winger left worldwide responsibility with Wales final week
- He’ll bear therapy subsequent week after an preliminary constructive prognosis
- Brooks mentioned it had come as a ‘shock’ however is assured of constructing a ‘full restoration’
Bournemouth participant David Brooks has been recognized with Stage II Hodgkin Lymphoma, his membership confirmed on Wednesday.
The 24-year-old Wales worldwide left worldwide responsibility final week and after medical examination, it has been confirmed that he has Stage II Hodgkin Lymphoma, an unusual type of most cancers.
Brooks, who has registered 21 caps for his nation since his debut in 2017, will bear therapy subsequent week after an preliminary constructive prognosis.
Bournemouth participant David Brooks has been recognized with Stage II Hodgkin Lymphoma
The 24-year-old Wales worldwide, capped 21 occasions, left worldwide responsibility final week
He mentioned in a message on the membership’s web site: ‘It is a very troublesome message for me to write down.
‘I’ve been recognized with Stage II Hodgkin Lymphoma and can start a course of therapy subsequent week.
‘Though this has come as a shock to myself and my household, the prognosis is a constructive one and I’m assured that I’ll make a full restoration and be again enjoying as quickly as doable.
‘I would like to point out my appreciation to the medical doctors, nurses, consultants and employees who’ve been treating me for his or her professionalism, heat and understanding throughout this era.
‘I wish to thank everybody on the Soccer Affiliation of Wales as a result of with out the swift consideration of their medical staff we could not have detected the sickness. I would additionally prefer to say thanks to AFC Bournemouth for all their assist and help this previous week.
The Bournemouth winger will bear therapy subsequent week after an preliminary constructive prognosis
‘Though I respect that there might be media consideration and curiosity, I wish to ask that my privateness is revered within the coming months and I’ll share updates on my progress when I’m able to accomplish that.
‘Within the meantime, thanks to everybody for his or her messages of assist – it means a lot and can proceed to take action within the months forward.
‘I stay up for seeing you all once more and enjoying the game I really like very quickly.’
Bournemouth CEO Neill Blake mentioned: ‘Everybody at AFC Bournemouth will do every part doable to assist assist David and his household throughout his restoration.
‘We’re not placing any timescales on his return; we are going to give David on a regular basis he must get properly and can do every part that we probably can to assist with that.
‘I do know everybody might be eager to point out their love and assist for David which is able to assist him immensely as he recovers, however we additionally urge you all to respect his and his household’s privateness throughout this time.’
Brooks has made 91 appearances for the Cherries, scoring 18 objectives, since transferring from Sheffield United in 2018 for £11.5m.