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Singer Wu en diagnosed cancer, Wu en sent a document to expose his condition and seek expert help

On the evening of December 6, the well-known online singer Wu en posted a long article on his microblog, saying that he was suffering from cancer and his condition was very dangerous. He hoped to get the help of experts to overcome cancer.

Wu en said in the article, "I had a lot of feelings after watching the world of mortals, but I never thought I would have cancer, and it is still the most dangerous signet ring cell cancer.".

In August this year, he felt that his left lower rib was uncomfortable and had a dull pain. First, gastritis was treated several times, sometimes good and sometimes bad. Although there was occasional constipation, it did not attract much attention because there were no other symptoms.

Since his stomach began to ache again in November, he underwent gastroenteroscopy on November 30. After several final examinations, the results of the hospital report were 'heterotypic cells were found in the tissue mucosa, some of them were signet ring like, which is considered to be poorly differentiated cancer.'

On December 5, he was examined and confirmed that the cancer had not metastasized.

At the end of the article, he wrote: 'in the next period of time, my war against cancer will begin. I don't believe in miracles, but I won't shrink back. What I want to tell and ask my friends is that I may fail you for the time being and can't sing for you. There are also several songs that have been recorded and finished before, which should be released in the near future. I hope you can cheer for me & hellip& hellip; I hope some experts can see and help me. I'm less than 35 years old. Although I'm happy and satisfied so far, I don't want to say goodbye. I want to fight. I still have a lot of wishes to fulfill. I'm not willing to give up my parents or my friends & hellip& hellip; Please help me! "

Singer Wu en has released the original album "en & middot; classic -- choosing the sky with the sword to open Vientiane"