Michael Buble's fans from all over the world were left shocked following the singer and wife Luisana Lopilato's announcement that their son, Noah, has been diagnosed with cancer. The three-year-old is currently undergoing treatment and has recently been given hopes of having a 90 percent possibility of surviving cancer.
According to Mirror, the singer and his wife were devastated when doctors in Los Angeles confirmed Noah's condition after performing a liver biopsy and initial examination. On Nov. 1, the couple had to pull themselves together to handle the heartbreaking news that their three-year-old son actually has liver cancer.
The discovery of Noah's condition started when Luisana took Noah to the Otamendi Miroli Hospital in Buenos Aires to have him checked due to a high fever. After conducting tests, mumps and two other possibilities such as a throat infection or mononucleosis were suggested.
To rule out which condition is present, they did an abdominal ultrasound and a throat swab. After the following procedures, a throat infection was ruled out yet some parts of the results imply a problem in the child's liver. Stains were said to be found in Noah's organ and were to be subjected to succeeding tests.
Once the results were out, Buble reportedly suggested to have a second opinion which explained his wife's sudden flight to LA. The results were still the same and the couple was advised to have their son undergo chemotherapy, a possible surgery to remove the tumor and an overall treatment that is to last for roughly four months. Reports state that doctors gave Noah a 90 percent possibility of beating the deadly condition.
Michael and Luisana's five-year relationship is currently being tested and the couple is firm with their decision to stick together to stay strong for their kid. As of now, Noah is already undergoing chemotherapy for his condition and everyone in their family is praying for his recovery.
The couple has also recently stated their decision to put both their careers on hold to be there 100 percent for their little warrior.