Nile Rodgers is thrilled after his latest check up showed he is ''all clear'' of cancer.
Nile Rodgers remains ''all clear'' of cancer following his latest check-up.
The Chic superstar - who received his diagnosis of aggressive prostate cancer in 2010 - was overjoyed after a visit to his doctor has revealed no trace of the disease,
He tweeted: ''WOAH, I just got home from the Dr. He gave me video of him going down inside my body. It's a little too weird to post but maybe some stills
''Test results CLEAN! >
''Instead of showing gross internal video I'll show my doctor's fly examination room. I'M ALL CLEAR AGAIN! (sic).''
However, Nile has previously admitted he is wary of calling himself ''cancer-free''.
He explained: ''On October 29th 2010 I was 'cancer-free' but on October 30th I had extremely aggressive cancer. I saw that 'cancer-free' means a couple of things; either they haven't found it and you have it or you might get it the next day.''
The guitarist also credited his diagnosis and recovery with giving him a new lease of musical life.
He said: ''It was the most horrible thing, next to Bernard's [Edwards, his Chic partner] death ... I have an awareness of the fact that my life can change in a split second.''
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