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06-16-12, 7:25 AM

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Author Yamaguchi Noboru posted on his Twitter that he has been writing Zero no Tsukaima novel while under treatment for the terminal cancer. He disclosed the illness last July and took a surgery last August. He said he lost his hair due to the side effect of the anti-cancer drugs. The side effect of the drugs prevents him from writing for two-thirds of the month and he works slowly during the rest of the month. He said he wondered if it's better to stop writing the novel because he could not work with his full strength but he decided to deliver the novel to the readers since that's the only thing he can do and that's his everything.

Source: Yamaguchi's Twitter account
 
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06-16-12, 7:28 AM

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good man.
i hope he'll be alright

 
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06-16-12, 7:35 AM

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He's strong. I respect that. Even though I do want the novels to finish, but sometimes I think it's better for him to rest more.

 
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06-16-12, 7:39 AM

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13man18 said:
He's strong. I respect that. Even though I do want the novels to finish, but sometimes I think it's better for him to rest more.


Yes. Without the author, there is no book. He should rest a bit more, but it's heartwarming to see he really loves his work.
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06-16-12, 7:40 AM

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Cancer is not exciting. This deserves respect.

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06-16-12, 7:41 AM

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dtshyk said:
but he decided to deliver the novel to the readers since that's the only thing he can do and that's his everything.


Real dedication right there.
But rest is important too.

Get well.
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06-16-12, 7:49 AM

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I respect his dedication and love for his work, truly amazing that even in that situation he continues on writing... But I think he should rest, cancer is too serious to take any risks
 
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06-16-12, 8:01 AM

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My mum had cancer, I know how threatening this illness can be... But she got well, so I believe that Zero's author will be fine soon.
 
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06-16-12, 8:01 AM

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sometimes with being sick....doing something that requires some energy can prove to be quite useful. one does not want the body to give up some of it functions. he probably won't be churning out pages after pages but at least this will keep his mind off his illness.....for a time.
 
06-16-12, 8:12 AM

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he better not overdo himself.
 
06-16-12, 8:13 AM

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tembikai said:
he better not overdo himself.

He'll know when that happens, I hope.
 
06-16-12, 8:15 AM

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I do not know what to think about this. He should be resting more since the treatment for cancer is arguably more agressive that the cancer itself; but I certainly know that when you're resting while recovering, you feel like you're rotting away if you don't do something.
 
06-16-12, 8:41 AM

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He should rest a little more though i suppose its fine if he doesn't push himself too much
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06-16-12, 8:44 AM

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It's hard not to respect a man who doesn't want a disease like cancer to dictate his existence. My prayers are with him and his family.
 
06-16-12, 8:46 AM

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While I'm not a fan of Zero no Tsukaima, his persistence and strong-will is admirable. I sincerely hope he will recovery from the illness.
 
06-16-12, 8:51 AM

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Stay healthy.
 
06-16-12, 9:02 AM

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I think he just wants to do what he loves most before he goes since his cancer is "terminal". I respect him that he loves it so much.
 
06-16-12, 9:11 AM

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Zmffkskem said:
Cancer is not exciting. This deserves respect.
A strong will is also required. I admire his dedication!
 
06-16-12, 9:17 AM

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Togashi Yoshihiro you see this ? this is a real man who love his fans and work ,not someone that goes on hiatus every time ,only because he lazy ass.
Respect man.
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