Ozzy Osbourne to Seek Radical Treatment in Switzerland for His Parkinson's Diagnosis
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The former Black Sabbath frontman goes public with his latest health woes on 'Good Morning America', as his wife Sharon Osbourne vows to 'go wherever they can go to seek answers.'

AceShowbiz - Rocker Ozzy Osbourne is planning a trip to Switzerland in April to seek out treatment that might help his Parkinson's disease diagnosis.

The former Black Sabbath star and his manager/wife Sharon Osbourne went public with his latest health woes on U.S. breakfast TV show "Good Morning America" on Tuesday, January 21, revealing he is battling progressive neurological condition Parkin's II - and seeking radical treatment to offset the diagnosis.

"We've kind of reached a point here, in this country, where we can't go any further, because we've got all the answers we can get," Sharon explained, "so in April, we're going to a professor in Switzerland and he deals with getting your immune system at its peak."

"We're gonna go wherever we can go to seek answers."

"We're lucky enough to be able to afford something like that," Ozzy adds, insisting he agreed to sit down with ABC News for the TV interview to slap down reports he's on his death bed.

Looking happy and healthy on TV, Ozzy said, "Far from it," when asked to comment on the rumours.

Plus he admits he was tired of hiding a secret from fans. "I cannot walk around with it anymore," he added. "It's like I'm running out of excuses."

Tearful Sharon thanked fans for their support over the past year, after Ozzy was forced to cancel all dates on his 2019 tour.

"It just means so much to him, he loves to perform," she sobbed. "It is the air that he breathes and this is the longest he's ever been home. It's time for him to get back on the road... He really needs to get back out there."

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