Bee Gees Star Robin Gibb Died due to Renal Failure, Said Son
Robin Hugh Gibb, CBE was a British singer and songwriter. He was best known as a member of the Bee Gees. The Bee Gees star was thought to have passed away on May 20 as a result of colon and liver cancer, which he had been battling for some time.
Speaking of his father’s tragic death this month (20 May, 2012), RJ clarified the cause of death and the days leading up to the star’s death. Robin Gibb’s son RJ has revealed that the Bee Gees star died due to kidney failure, not cancer, despite a long-running struggle with the disease.High Creatinine Levels BUN Creatinine Ratio 26: Is That Kidney Failure
“The end was peaceful and dignified, there were no theatrics. It was only later that I cried and cried,” says RJ in an interview with the Sunday Express, “It wasn’t the cancer that killed my father; those reports are wrong.
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