Lee Kerslake Says He Will 'Bloody Well Beat' Cancer

(Classic Rock) Former Uriah Heep drummer Lee Kerslake has given an update on his battle with cancer. And the sticksman, who's had two stints with the band since 1971, and who recently joined Mick Box and co onstage for a one-off show in Russia, says the outlook is positive following recent tests.

Kerslake says: "To all our fans that have expressed concern over my cancer, I have had numerous tests and have been told by my specialists that I will be around for a good while yet - meaning years.

"My bone and prostate cancer can be controlled for me to live pretty much a normal life - after all, I kicked my diabetes into remission, so I will bloody well beat this."

Along with his time with Uriah Heep, Kerslake has played with a number of artists, including Ozzy Osbourne, With The Gods and Living Loud. See his full post here.

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