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Riverdance legend Michael Flatley shares health update with hospital release picture after ‘aggressive cancer’ diagnosis

MICHAEL Flatley has assured fans that he’s on the mend after treatment for cancer. The superhoofer posted a picture to say he had been released from the hospital. It had not been known where the Chicago-born dancer was being treated after it was confirmed he was undergoing cancer treatment last week.

Flatley shared a picture of himself leaving the hospital, writing: “Thank you to everyone around the world for your love and prayers. “I am overwhelmed by your kindness. I have been released from hospital and am on the mend.” The star announced the news of his cancer diagnosis through social media last week, saying that it was “aggressive”.

The post said at the time: “Dear friends, we have something personal to share, Michael Flatley has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer. “He has undergone surgery and is in the care of an excellent team of doctors. “No further comments will be made at this time.

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