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Legendary Australian singer John Farnham is officially ‘cancer-free’ one year after surgery

Legendary Australian singer John Farnham is officially ‘cancer-free’ one year after surgery

He underwent a 12-hour surgery last year to remove a cancerous growth.

John Farnham is officially cancer-free.

It was revealed in August last year that the legendary Australian singer he had surgery on his mouth to remove a cancerous growth.

It took 12 hours to fully get the tumour removed and doctors had to take out part of the musician's jaw.

However, they have managed to restore it during reconstructive surgery, according to the Guardian.

It's been a long road to recovery, however we've been given the good news that 'The Voice' is cancer-free.

Farnham's son, Robert, has revealed his dad is 'doing really, really good' and is 'super positive'.

“Like we’ve said before, cancer is a terrible, terrible thing,” Robert Farnham said on Channel 7's Sunrise.

“It’s his time to walk that road, but he’s cancer free. He’s doing really, really good. He sings at home again, the whole thing.

“He’s doing fantastic.

"Just the other day he was walking around with his cane and did a little bit of a dance, which was pretty fabulous. He is walking with his dog a lot. He is really, really happy.”

The network dropped a documentary about the singer called John Farnham: Finding The Voice.

It charted his rise to stardom in Australia and how he managed to capture the Aussie spirit in his music to become an enduring legend.

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Topics: Australia