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How is Tom Parker doing?

THE Wanted star Tom Parker was diagnosed with stage four glioblastoma back in October 2020.

The 33-year-old recently returned from Spain after undergoing specialist treatment for the last three weeks.

How is Tom Parker doing?

The Wanted star, Tom Parker sadly had to miss the start of the boy bands tour as he was undergoing treatment for his stage four cancer.

He shared his disappointment at missing the tour with his bandmates, posting an Instagram story which said: "Love you all gutted i'm not there."

It's the first time the band has toured since their Word Of Mouth gigs in 2014 just before they decided to split.

The singer did however managed to attend the Manchester performance on Sunday, March 13 backstage.

His bandmate Max George shared a picture of Tom on his Instagram stories throughout the night.

Tom posed in the image, doing a peace sign with his hand, which Max captioned: "I mean…come on," with a heart-eyes emoji.

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The 33-year-old is currently using a wheelchair after treatment for his brain tumour left him too weak to stand.

He recently returned from Spain, where he spent three weeks undergoing specialist treatment for his brain tumour.

His wife Kelsey, accompanied him abroad and shared a video on Sunday (March 6) of the couple finally being reunited with their two children, Aurelia and Bodhi.

Sharing the video on social media, Kelsey commented: "The Reality of Cancer. Me and @tomparkerofficial as you know have been over in Spain for treatment. Which meant the longest time away from our babies. You don't realise how someone having cancer really affects the whole family."

Tom has undergone a number of chemotherapy and radiotherapy sessions since being diagnosed with an inoperable tumour in 2020.

He previously said that he is shocked at the lack of treatment and funding in the UK for cancer patients.

A source told The Sun: "Tom has been vocal that he doesn't think the options available in Britain are perfect so he's trying elsewhere."

The NHS standard treatment for glioblastoma patients has been a drug called Temozolomide for the past 20 years.

Tom has received his treatment in a facility in the Costa del Sol, which charges £8,000 for two weeks or £11,600 for a three-week program.

This includes time on in oxygen machine, massages and a special diet.

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