In April, following weeks of hospitalization, gay Israeli singer Amir Fryszer Guttman was informed that he had cancer. But now, having already gone through two months of chemotherapy, hope was returned. According to a new opinion he does not have cancer – but a less severe disease.

Gutman’s nightmare began in March, when he was admitted to Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv following a severe pain he was suffering from. He had been through a long series of tests at the department of dermatology, after which the doctors diagnosed him with cancer, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. From there the singer was admitted to oncology, where he began to receive intensive treatment that included chemotherapy. READ FULL

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