Mickie Krause: This is what happens after the cancer diagnosis
This is what happens after the cancer diagnosis
Mickie Krause found out about his cancer through “Showtime of my Life”. In an interview, he revealed what will happen next.
With the TV format “Showtime of my Life”, stars show how important cancer prevention is for men and women of all ages. Ironically, in the course of his participation in the VOX show (also on RTL+) party singer Mickie Krause (51) received the shock diagnosis himself: bladder cancer. He is said to have had an operation in the meantime and “survived everything well”, as the broadcaster reports. In conversation with the “Image”-Zeitung also informed Krause how things will continue for him in the coming weeks and months.
After the operation, he will “receive another resection in two weeks at the Charité, where we will check again whether everything is gone. Immunotherapy will then begin in April”. This will initially last for six weeks and is “not quite as severe as chemotherapy”.
He remains cheerful
Luckily he could do this “with my urologist in the area. That’s my therapy for the near future”. He knows that “cancer (…) will now accompany me for the rest of my life”, but: “I will not let cancer spoil my good mood,” Krause continued.