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There is only one Johnny Slick, and he is a son of a [redacted].
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When Yauch first announced his diagnosis in a July 2009 video message on the band’s website, he told fans his doctors were optimistic.“It’s only localized in this one area, and it’s not in a place that affects my voice,” he said, adding that he would undergo both surgery and radiation. “So it’s a little bit of a setback. It’s a pain in the a--. But this is something that’s very treatable, and in most cases, they’re able to completely get rid of it.”A year later he asked fans to meditate with him “to smash apart all the cancer cells” in the world.“We are visualizing taking the energy away from the cancer and then sending it back at the cancer as lighting bolts that will break apart the DNA and RNA of the cells,” he wrote in a letter to fans on the group’s mailing list.