According to late reports, the minion Australian singer Kylie Minogue is still following the cancer treatment, despite the last days' rumors, that she has been given the all-clear from breast cancer.
Entertainmentwise.com published today a statement released by EMI music, which says: "On May 21st last year Kylie's surgeon announced that the operation to remove the cancer was successful. Since that time Kylie has been undergoing treatments to prevent a return of the cancer."
"Kylie remains keen to return to work and in particular to re-schedule the Showgirl Tour of Australia."
"Fortunately we are still able to say we have received no news of a re-occurrence of the cancer; however at this point in time Kylie's treatments are continuing."
Yesterday, the tabloids were claiming that the singer fully recovered from the disease and that she's returning to Australia to celebrate the news with her family.
A source close to Kyle is quoted by The Sun as saying: "Kylie was desperate to see her family. She just wanted to hug them all and tell them it was going to be okay.
"She is thrilled and relieved. It's been a tough few months and there have been times when she felt very weak and very down. Chemotherapy is a gruelling, horrible treatment which puts the body under intense strain.
"But this is the news she has been waiting to hear and she can hardly put her happiness into words - she just keeps beaming.
"For the past couple of months she has been feeling very positive and healthy. She has put a bit of weight on and has been feeling confident about the future.
"Her hair is even beginning to grow back, which she is tickled pink about. So this news really is the icing on the cake."
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