Vlogger Emman Nimedez finally released from hospital

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Vlogger Emman Nimedez has been released from the hospital after one month of chemotherapy treatment for his acute myeloid leukemia.

The YouTuber said in his latest vlog that the doctors allowed him to go home only for a week as he continues to battle the disease.
“Binigyan ako ng oras para makapagpahinga at medyo makahinga naman kahit papaano, para at least bago ako sumabak sa gamutan ulit, medyo rejuvenated ang feeling ko,” he said.

Nimedez is also waiting for the results of his biopsy, which would dictate whether he can move on to the next course of treatment.

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In his vlog “Baby Pauwi Na ‘Ko,” Emman shared he was recovering “very quickly” after receiving up to four bags of blood transfusions.

His doctors, however, reminded him to be careful when he goes out of the hospital as he was still considered “immunocompromised” amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Emman asked his followers for prayers as he waits for his biopsy results.

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“Sabi nung doctor na hilingin lang natin na mag-zero percent siya, ‘yung leukemia blast kung tawagin. Kung nag-zero percent siya, ibig sabihin non pwede na ‘kong mag-progress sa next step talaga which is ‘yung mas matinding gamutan,” the vlogger explained.

“Kasi basically magaling nako pag zero percent yung leukemia so kailangan lang nilang gawin i-make sure na hindi siya babalik so ‘yun na ‘yung next move, ‘yung higher process nitong gamutan na ‘to. ‘Yun na yung phase 2,” he added.

Emman also thanked his supporters, including his fellow YouTuber Kong TV who shaved his head to let him feel he was “not alone” in this fight.

“Hinihiling ko lang ulit yung walang sawang dasal niyo, maraming salamat sa lahat ng dasal at siguro ngayon ko siya pinakakailangan,” the vlogger said.

Emman Nimedez has over two million YouTube subscribers and is known for his parody videos and feel-good content.

Many fans and Youtube personalities were heartbroken to hear Emman announce last May 17 that he was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia.

Last June 2, Emman Nimedez announced that he tested negative for COVID-19 and has started chemotherapy at the hospital.

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