Bournemouth star player, David Brooks, declared he’s cancer free in a recent tweet

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Following recent cancer treatment, David Brooks has been given the all-clear, according to a statement released on social media by the Bournemouth and Wales forward.

David Robert Brooks is a Welsh footballer who plays as a midfielder for AFC Bournemouth in the EFL Championship and for the Wales national team. Before making his senior debut for Wales in 2017, he played for both Wales and England as a youngster.

Brooks, 24, said in October that he had been diagnosed with stage 2 Hodgkin’s lymphoma and would begin treatment right away.

“I have thankfully completed my cancer treatment,” Brooks wrote on Twitter at the time.

I’d want to express my gratitude to the entire medical team for their tireless efforts and unwavering support throughout the process.

“After examining my final test findings, I met with my expert last week. I am overjoyed to report that the therapy was successful, and I am now able to state that I am cancer-free. Those are amazing sentiments to say, and I am grateful for all of your comments and well wishes. They were quite supportive during my difficult times.

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I’m really looking forward to getting back to full fitness and continuing my football career. “

“The lads at Bournemouth have had a terrific season so far, and I’m looking forward to returning to The Vitality to support the team as we approach the season’s most crucial matchups.”

I’m committed to putting in the necessary effort in the coming months, and I can’t wait to be back on the field in front of you in the not-too-distant future. Brooks’ candidacy was cut short due to a lack of funding. This season, he has appeared nine times for the Cherries.

He missed out on helping Wales qualify for the World Cup play-offs, where they will face Scotland or Ukraine in the final in Cardiff next month. Brooks, who joined Bournemouth for £11.5 million from Sheffield United in July 2018, has 21 caps for Wales and has scored twice.

“Fantastic news…[email protected] is cancer free,” Bournemouth tweeted with a love emoji.

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“Excellent news,” the national team’s official account tweeted in Welsh.

“Fantastic news,” the English Football League said, adding, “Looking forward to seeing you back on the pitch soon, @DRBrooks15!”

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