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Bruce Springsteen Cancels A Slate Of Concerts Due To Peptic Ulcer Disease

Bruce Springsteen Cancels A Slate Of Concerts Due To Peptic Ulcer Disease

Bruce Springsteen has postponed plans to perform a series of arena shows this month, citing the advice of his medical staff due to “symptoms of peptic ulcer disease.” The performer promised to make up the missed dates.

Prior to traveling to Baltimore for a weekend performance at Camden Yards, Springsteen and The E Street Band were scheduled to perform at the JMA Wireless Dome in Syracuse, New York, on Thursday night. A statement on his website states that he will instead get medical care.

“Over here on E Street, we’re heartbroken to have to postpone these shows,” Springsteen said. Acknowledging an earlier cancellation in Philadelphia, he added, “We’ll be back to pick these shows up and then some. Thank you for your understanding and support.”

It’s the first time Springsteen and his band have gone on a full-fledged tour since February 2017, so his fans have been eagerly awaiting the chance to see him perform live.

In February, Florida and Georgia dates on the band’s world tour with Bruce Springsteen were announced. They then performed for three months straight across Europe, from Norway to Spain. The singer performed in August after coming back to the country.

The tour consists of 66 performances spread out over 51 cities in the United States and Europe. Ticket holders for the remaining September performances will be notified of the new dates once those decisions are made, according to the musician’s website. The locations varied from Washington, D.C., to Pittsburgh, Pa.

For many years, the accepted wisdom was that peptic ulcers resulted from an unhappy cycle of stress, poor eating habits, and too much stomach acid. But in the 1980s, Australian researchers showed that the vast majority of ulcers are really brought on by bacteria, turning that theory on its head.

For their discovery, those medical researchers received a Nobel Prize. Their findings also implied that people could receive antibiotic treatment as opposed to essentially only managing the signs and symptoms of excruciating ulcers. The bacteria that was shown to be at fault was also thought to be responsible for stomach cancer.

According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, common signs of a peptic ulcer include nausea, stomach pain, and pain when eating.

“For some people, the pain may occur when the stomach is empty or at night, and it may go away for a short time after they eat. For other people, eating may make the pain worse,” said the agency, which is part of the National Institutes of Health.

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