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Mark Wright confirms he is cancer-free after having tumour removed from underarm

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supports HTML5 videoMark Wright has revealed he has been given the all-clear after having a tumour removed from his armpit.The former The Only Way Is Essex (Towie) star happily announced that he is ‘cancer free’ after a procedure to have the 12cm tumour removed was successful.In a video to fans, Mark said he felt ‘so, so lucky’ to have ‘got the all clear’ but admitted the health scare has been a ‘terribly worrying time’.Mark, 34, said: ‘I got the news the other day that it is all clear, it’s cancer free.’He said his focus now was to ‘move on’ past the health scare, adding he had ‘not been able to train for two weeks’ since undergoing the surgery.‘This is the first longish walk I have been on since the operation, so the first bit of exercise.

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