It is possible that Janet Jackson’s health is worse than previously stated. Janet, 49, had to cancel her Unbreakable tour after months of rescheduling due to the necessity for surgery. However, recent reports claim that she is having tests for throat cancer.
Despite the potentially major health concern, Janet remains optimistic about returning to the road later this year, according to an insider. “Janet remarked that she knows she’ll be back on the road in the spring or early summer with prayers and His will,” the insider added.
Doctors have now warned Janet that if she is fighting cancer, she may lose her ability to sing. Janet had previously canceled appearances in October to rest her voice. Although testing cannot establish that the singer has cancer, we hope the results will be negative.
God forbid it’s laryngeal cancer, said Dr. Stuart Fischer in a statement to the site. She’d be unable to perform again after that. Singing would be impossible.
“Months of radiation therapy would be required following the difficult procedure.”
Typical throat cancer symptoms include:
Dysphagia is defined as difficulty swallowing.
Sore throat and voice change
Weight loss that was not reported for
Swelling of the eyes, jaw, throat, or neck
Bleeding via the nose or mouth
Cough that does not go away
Some throat cancer symptoms are exclusive to specific body areas. Changes in your voice, for example, may indicate laryngeal (voice box) cancer, but less rarely pharyngeal cancer.
There are several types of throat cancer, including:
Nasopharyngeal cancer first manifests itself in the nasopharynx, the part of the throat right beneath your nose.
Oropharyngeal cancer first manifests itself in the oropharynx, which is the part of your throat directly behind your mouth where your tonsils are located.
Hypopharyngeal cancer, also known as laryngopharyngeal cancer, first emerges in the lower area of your throat, just above your esophagus and windpipe.
Glottic carcinoma begins in the voice cords.
Supraglottic carcinoma begins in the top region of the larynx and affects the epiglottis, a piece of cartilage that stops food from entering your windpipe.
Subglottic cancer begins in the lowest area of your voice box, underneath your vocal cords.
A persistent painful throat, difficulty swallowing, and voice changes are just a few of the symptoms that may affect the mouth, sinuses, nose, or throat.
Janet has gotten prayers and thoughts from admirers all across the world via social media.
Janet, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Get well soon!