Fighting esophageal cancer in the past year, music star Eddie Monday has passed at the age of 70. He recently announced to his fans that he had Stage 4 esophageal cancer
His family made the announcement. “The Money family confirms that Eddie passed away gently, It is with crushing sadness that we bid farewell to our adoring spouse and father. In addition, we can’t imagine our life without him. Certainly we are thankful that he will live on through his music.”
Eddie recently commented, “I thought I was simply going in to get a checkup. Therefore, I thought all would be good. but the doctor said I have cancer. Even more, we talked about how to fight it.” Fighting Esophageal Cancer
The esophagus is a long, hollow tube that runs from your throat to your stomach. Therefore, your esophagus helps move the food you swallow from the back of your throat to your stomach to be digested.
The common signs of esophageal cancer are the following. In addition, these are symptoms.
Fighting esophageal cancer and surviving it depends on several factors, including the stage of the cancer when it is first diagnosed. In addition, as with most forms of cancer, early detection is key.
Eddie money is known for many hit songs.
In 1987, he was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance for “Take Me Home Tonight”.
Eddie money also performed original songs for movies like Americathon (1979), Over the Top, Back to the Beach (both 1987), and Kuffs (1992), along with the television series Hardball