Michael Clarke Underwent Skin Cancer Surgery

Michael Clarke Underwent Skin Cancer Surgery

Former Australian captain Michael Clarke revealed that cancer has recently removed from his face after underwent skin cancer surgery, the third operation since his battle against the skin cancer began in 2006.

The 38-year-old shared a photo on his Instagram page after the procedure on his forehead. “Another day, another skin cancer cut off my face … young people out there make sure you’re doing everything right to protect yourself from the sun,” Clarke posted along with the picture.

 

Clarke diagnosed with three different melanoma lesions since hanging the boots, Australian media reported.

Micheal Clarke’s first skin cancer diagnosis came out in 2006 and has actively involved in raising awareness of the issue.

Previously, another former captain, Ian Chappell, had also revealed that he is battling skin cancer. The 75-year-old’s revelation came in July of this year. The former batsmen Micheal Clarke underwent surgery on the neck and armpit and also received radiation therapy.

“A little tiredness at night and a little skin irritation, but other than that I feel pretty good,” he said after making public his battle against the disease.

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