Ozzy Osbourne is letting it be known that his Parkinson’s disease does not rule his life.
In 2020, the 74-year-old was diagnosed with the condition, and now he is clarifying that he has a rare form of the illness called “Parkin Two,” which is not terminal.
“It’s something to do with chromosomes,” said Ozzy. “It is very, very rare. My Parkinson’s doctor said, ‘You know what? You must be the mildest case I’ve ever seen.’” He added that he could live the rest of his life.
Ozzy was still forced to cancel his 2023 shows due to other ailments. He is unsure if he will be able to return to the road.

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