Keith diagnosed with stomach cancer
Sunday, June 12, 2022
– Toby Keith has been diagnosed and treated for stomach cancer, he disclosed Sunday on social media.
"Last fall I was diagnosed with stomach cancer," the statement said. "I've spent the last 6 months receiving chemo, radiation and surgery. So far, so good. I need time to breathe, recover and relax. I am looking forward to spending this time with my family. But I will see the fans sooner than later. I can't wait. -T"
Keith has been touring behind his most recent release "Peso in My Pocket." Has has dates scheduled for Friday in Wheaton, Ill. and Saturday in Grand Rapids, Mich.
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