Blink-182 bassist Mark Hoppus told fans he got the “best news possible,” revealing that his cancer treatment seemed to be working.
The 49-year-old musician previously said that he had been diagnosed with stage 4 diffuse large B-cell lymphoma.
Sharing an update on Monday, Hoppus said his chemotherapy appears to be working.
He wrote on social media: “Scans indicate chemo is working! I still have months of treatment ahead of me, but this is the best news ever.
“I am so grateful and confused and also sick from last week’s chemo. But the poison that the doctors inject into me and the good thoughts and wishes of the people around me are destroying this cancer.
“I’m just going to keep fighting …”
He revealed his cancer diagnosis last month, telling fans he learned the news in April.
He has since shared photos of his hair loss as a result of chemotherapy.
Hoppus formed the American pop punk group Blink-182 in 1992 with his former comrades Tom DeLonge and Scott Raynor. The latter was replaced by Travis Barker.
The group is best known for hits such as All The Small Things, Always and I Miss You.