Used Frontman Diagnosed With Pancreas Disease

MTV News reports frontman Bert McCracken was rushed to a hospital and treated for intense chest pains, nausea and vomiting shortly after the group began its performance on May 27th in Cincinnati. He was later diagnosed with acute pancreatitis, a severe inflammation of the pancreas caused by autodigestion of pancreatic tissue by its own enzymes. The condition most often stems from alcohol abuse or gallstones, according to the University of Maryland Endocrinology Health Guide. The band’s publicist claims to have never seen the singer consume alcohol excessively. Read more.


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