Australian singer John Farnham hospitalized following cancer diagnosis

Australian artist John Farnham was hospitalized in the wake of being determined to have disease.

The singer, 73, went through a 12-hour medical procedure to eliminate a destructive development doctors as of late recognized, his family said in a proclamation.

"We have as of late found that John has a destructive development," the vocalist's significant other Jill Billman, and their two grown-up children, Robert and James, said in the explanation got by ABC.

"He has been confessed to medical clinic earlier today for medical procedure and progressing therapy," his friends and family added.

Farnham, who is most popular for his Aussie hymn "You're not kidding," likewise gave an assertion to fans, saying that disease is something "such countless individuals face each and every day."

"The one thing I know without a doubt is that we have the absolute best medical services experts in Victoria, and we can be thankful for that. I realize I am," the artist said.

His family didn't uncover the kind of malignant growth he is fighting.

The stressing news comes after Farnham was tormented with one more wellbeing trouble in 2019.

In 2019, he told The Daily Telegraph he had to stop his visit following a "serious" kidney contamination.

"I didn't understand until past the point of no return," he told the power source of his condition at that point. I'd been feeling awkward. My significant other Jill had been advising me to go to the specialist."

He said the experience constrained him to "reminder to take care of myself somewhat more."

It comes only weeks after Farnham was left grief stricken over the passing of his long-lasting companion, Olivia Newton-John.

The "Oil" legend kicked the bucket recently following a long fight with malignant growth, as Farnham offered recognition via web-based entertainment.

"Behind that famous grin was a tireless warrior. A delightful voice and a dependable companion. She will be incredibly missed," the artist composed on Facebook.

He was the keep going individual to perform in front of an audience with the "Terribly Devoted To You" hitmaker. The pair performed three tunes together at the Fire Fight Australia bushfire alleviation gig in February 2020.

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