AMIR Khan has opened up about his mum Falak’s battle with stage four pancreatic cancer.
The British boxer announced the sad news in touching social media posts in January this year.
Now, in a new eight-part BBC docu-series, Amir says: “She’s had her second chemo.
“The doctor said with the first one she went through a lot of problems, so they’re going to reduce the chemo a bit.
“When I went over to her house she was really down and upset. It’s a tough time.
“I’ve been there every night, spending time with them trying to give my support in any way I can.
“When they had the first op and chemo I went with my dad to give him support.
“It was good to see and speak to the doctors, and see how my mum was feeling.”
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In January, Amir shared a picture of the pair together and wrote: “My dear mum has been diagnosed with pancreas cancer, stage four.
“Today she’s feeling a lot better and stronger. Please keep her in your prayers.”
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