The music producer Nick & # 039; Moonbase & # 039; Luke, 26, in his battle against brain cancer

<pre><pre>The music producer Nick & # 039; Moonbase & # 039; Luke, 26, in his battle against brain cancer

The Australian music producer Nick & # 39; Moonbase & # 39; Luke has opened his battle against brain cancer.

The 26-year-old suffered headaches for a year and was misdiagnosed before discovering that he had a "golf ball-sized tumor" in his brain after a CT scan.

Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, Nick said: "Before getting my diagnosis, I had never thought that brain cancer could affect someone as young as I. In 26. & # 39;

"I thought cancer was something that happened in your last years": the Australian music producer Nick & # 39; Moonbase & # 39; Luke has opened up his battle against brain cancer

He added: "I thought that cancer was something that happened in his later years, it was something he associated with the elderly."

In addition to being misdiagnosed early on, Nick admitted that as his symptoms persisted, he allowed himself to be put back on the sidelines while concentrating on his burgeoning music career.

The young star also admitted to Google looking for all its symptoms "like a typical millennium," and the results revealed that his symptoms were probably related to depression.

Later, Nick spent five weeks in the hospital recuperating after the tumor was successfully removed, followed by a few months in rehabilitation to walk and maintain balance.

Marking: The 26-year-old man suffered headaches for a year and was misdiagnosed before discovering that he had a "golf ball-sized tumor" in his brain after a CT scan.

Now he has recovered completely and has returned to make music with his new single Rebound, which features the British rapper Merky Ace.

The 26-year-old man is also giving back and raising awareness by becoming an ambassador for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation.

Under his stage name Moonbase, Nick is best known for his collaboration with Anderson Paak It Do not Matter, which appeared in the Fast and Furious 8 trailer.

He also diversified and opened his own record label, Trench Records, which has been making waves in the Australian music scene.

The label has worked with some of the main rising artists, including rapper Ms Banks.

Back on the top! Now he has recovered completely and has returned to make music with his new single Rebound, with the British rapper Merky Ace.

Back on the top! Now he has recovered completely and has returned to make music with his new single Rebound, with the British rapper Merky Ace.

Back on the top! Now he has recovered completely and has returned to make music with his new single Rebound, with the British rapper Merky Ace.

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