Last November, Canadian singer, songwriter, and producer, Michael Buble, and wife, Argentine actress, Luisana Lopilato, had to break news to the world that no parents want to hear, much less share. In an announcement, the couple expressed that they were “devastated” by the diagnosis of cancer for their three-year-old son, Noah. The parents further pledged that they were putting careers on hold “in order to devote all our time and attention to helping Noah get well.” Cancer is a relentless enemy at any age, but especially heartbreaking when it invades the life of a young child.

The family realized the “long journey” ahead, and leaned on faith and loving support from family, friends, and fans. Mom shared good news on April 11th that her son is “well” and the family is looking forward to brighter days.

The best possible prognosis

Luisana Lopilato has courageously been at Noah’s side through the grueling treatments that a young child can never fully comprehend, and she admitted “it's difficult for me to speak about this” stressing that “I'm still a bit sensitive about the subject.” The TV actress was in Buenos Aires promoting her new film, “Those Who Love, Hate.” The star was filled with love for Noah and his little brother, Elias, 14 months, and expressed heartfelt gratitude to everyone involved in his improving health.

“Thank God my son is well,” she spoke to fans, as reported in Us Magazine from a Daily Express release. “Now I value life much more, the now and the today,” she continued. Michael Buble echoed in February to Us Weekly that doctors were “very optimistic” about little Noah’s future. Even with the positive results from chemotherapy, the cautious mom knows that nothing can be taken for granted.

“Recovery is a long process, and he has to continue with checkups,” as survivors of any age know after battling the disease. Still, there was much to gush about. “We are very happy. We are looking forward to thinking about the future, and seeing our children grow.”

Gratitude and faith

Luisana has learned through this ordeal that love can come from unexpected people and places.

“The love is daily, when people stop me in the street. It's wonderful to know that you are accompanied in life and that people love you.” It is often said that what doesn't kill a person makes him stronger, and this mom can verify that truth. “I became strong so that my son would get better,” she affirms, and that strength was transferred to everyone around the family. “My faith in the fact that God had a miracle helped me.”

Dad Michael had just released his album, “Nobody But Me” two weeks before Noah’s liver cancer diagnosis, and nobody but this family can truly understand the journey they have taken, but now is the time to embrace life with youthful, exuberant joy, as only a three-year-old son can do.