My terrifying battle with brain tumours, by Spandau Ballet's Martin Kemp

Spandau Ballet’s Martin Kemp today described his ‘terrifying’ battle with two brain tumours. The 47-year-old guitarist and former EastEnders actor, who has now been given the all clear, first discovered he had a tumour in 1995. He starts a world reunion tour with the Eighties pop giants, including brother Gary, next month. Today, as he opened a cancer unit at the London hospital that saved his life, Kemp said: ‘The first tumour was the size of a squashed grapefruit and doctors could cut my skull to get to it.

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  1. Emma says:

    I was at there concert. It was at the Moore Theatre in Seattle btw.

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