Michael Jackson Had Cancerous Growths Removed
Michael Jackson must wait a week to find out if he needs radiation therapy to treat his alleged skin cancer.
The singer - who visited a Beverly Hills medical center three times this week - reportedly had cancerous growths removed from his nose and chest in a shave biopsy operation in Beverly Hills yesterday, according to The Sun.
Michael now faces an agonizing wait to find out if the surgery was effective.
If the operation failed to remove all the diseased cells, the singer will face weeks of exhausting radiotherapy which is likely to put his upcoming residency at London's O2 arena in jeopardy, the paper reported.
He is reportedly worried sick and is planning to spend the next few days praying he will be OK.
"It's about waiting and praying now," a source said.
Yesterday it was announced the pop superstar is delaying the start of his 'This Is It' comeback concerts.