Noah, the 3-year-old son of singer Michael Bublé, has started his cancer treatment. Positively, the child is well enough to spend Christmas with the family away from the hospital for the festive season.
Christmas is going to be merry for the Buble family as they gather together in solidarity for the holiday. After completing the first stage of his treatment, Noah is reportedly well enough to spend the Yuletide at home, and not in the hospital.
Michael Bublé and Family To Spend Christmas Together
Everyone in the family will come together. The mother, father, and brother of Luisana Lopilato, Noah’s mom and Michael’s wife, will fly from their native Argentina to Los Angeles, where the Buble family is staying for Noah’s treatments. The couple also has a younger son, 10-month-old Elias.
It is assumed that the 41-year-old singer’s sister Brandee will be spending Christmastime with the family as well. She even went through all odds just to get little Noah his dream Christmas present, a Hatchimal toy. Since the toy is mostly every child’s dream present too, looking for it took hours. Brandee also shared that she was able to get her hands on the toy twice the asking price.
Noah’s Cancer Treatment Progress
Michael’s son Noah is undergoing a four-month treatment to battle cancer, and it is going to be “a long journey.” Not only will the little child go through chemotherapy, he will also have to undergo an operation first to remove the mass after weeks of tumor-shrinking treatments. According to reports, the operation is scheduled at the end of this month.
If the operation is successful, then they can continue again with chemotherapy. Meanwhile, the little warrior has already completed the first stages of treatment.
It was confirmed in November that Michael’s child Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer. Doctors confirmed the child’s health status after a liver biopsy was conducted.
With that, Michael Bublé and Luisana Lopilato have decided to cancel their work commitments and focus on their child’s needs first. Along with the announcement is their request for prayers and privacy during their painful and challenging battle.
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