Super Eagles goalkeeper, Carl Ikeme on Tuesday joined Black Sabbath Guitarist Tony Iommi to launch the Solihull Hospital’s new ‘chemotherapy unit’ as he made his first public appearance since beating Cancer.
Black Sabbath guitarist, Tony Iommi cut the ribbon with the Wolves goalkeeper, Carl Ikeme and University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust’s Chief Executive, Dame Julie Moore at the Haematology and Oncology Day Unit on Tuesday.
Tony and Carl were then taken on a tour of the new facilities by Dr. Manos Nikolousis, consultant hematologist and clinical director for hematology and oncology, and were given the chance to meet patients and staff to find out what they think about the new unit.
Carl has been treated at Heartlands Hospital for leukemia and this was his first public appearance since declaring he is in remission.
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