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Almost three months later, Mark Hoppus got some life-changing good news announced that he was battling cancer.

“Just saw my oncologist and I’m cancer free!!” blink-182 rocker wrote in one instagram Post on Wednesday. “Thank you to God and the universe and friends and family and everyone who sent support and kindness and love.”

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Although 49-year-old Hoppus no longer has stage 4 lymphoma, he isn’t completely out of the woods.

“Still have to get scans every six months and it will take until the end of the year for me to be back to normal,” “What’s my age again?” The singer shared, “But today is an amazing day and I feel so blessed.”

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BLINK-182’s Mark HOPPUS Says He Has Stage 4 Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma

Then he joked, “Can I have a W in chat?”

Friends and fans immediately added with comments of support and praise.

“F-K YES!!!!” DJ Samantha Ronson commented. “I don’t even know you and it made my day!!! Awesome!!!”

BLINK 182’s Mark HOPPUS informs fans about his cancer treatment

Ryan Tedder wrote, “WWWWWWWWWW,” marking a major victory for the musician.

Hoppus has been sharing updates about his cancer journey on social media for the past few months.

Mark Hoppus was battling stage four lymphoma.  He still has several months of surveillance before he leaves the woods.

After revealing his diagnosis for the first time, he shared in July that “Chemo is working!”

He said at the time he felt “grateful,” “confused” and “even sick” from chemotherapy.

BLINK-182 Frontman Mark Hoppus Shares Update About Cancer Diagnosis

“But the poison the doctors put into me and the thoughts and desires of those around me are destroying this cancer,” said the “First Date” singer. “Just keep fighting…”

just last week, hoppus posted a picture of his head This shows that his hair is growing back – but it appears to be white.

Hoppus is best known as the bassist and co-lead vocalist of Blink-182.

“I mean what is this? Is my hair turning white back?” She asked before joking, “If I wonder if I’ll look like George Clooney or Doc Brown? I feel like it’s still cancerous peach hair and maybe my normal hair will start growing again?”

Hoppus then shared that although the hair on his head was growing, the hair on his legs continued to fall.

“I’ve been on chemotherapy for five months and today my shin hair decides it’s time for peace?” He concluded. “Cancer is weird.”