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Manager is in New York receiving cancer treatment

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Morrissey has postponed another date on his US tour due to pneumonia in both his lungs.

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Singer Adele, winner of the Best Original Song award for 'Skyfall,' attends the Oscars Governors Ball at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 24, 2013 in Hollywood

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Morrissey will stage a vegetarian gig in LA

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Singer Morrissey is to stage a totally vegetarian gig when he resumes his tour after a bout of illness which prompted him to pull a number of US shows.

Morrissey is still suffering from a bleeding stomach ulcer and has had to cancel further shows

'I would go out tonight, but...' - Morrissey cancels further shows due to bleeding ulcer

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Morrissey on his cancelled tour: 'There are now no known ailments left for me to try'

The former Smiths star has had to cancel tour dates due to a bleeding ulcer

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Barcelona defender Eric Abidal send Tito Vilanova his support

Coach to undergo surgery and chemotherapy

Nelson Mandela misses grandson's initiation as former South Africa leader spends 10th day in hospital

Mandela has a history of lung problems, after falling ill with tuberculosis in 1988

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