The rocker took to the band's website on Friday (15May15) and shared the good news with fans, revealing his latest MRI detected no cancer in his system.
DICkinson wrote, "I would like to thank the fantastic medical team who have been treating me for the last few months, resulting in this amazing outcome.
"It's been tough on my family and in many ways it was harder for them than me. I'd also like to send a heartfelt thanks to all our fans for their kind words and thoughts. I'm a firm believer in trying to maintain a positive attitude, and the encouragement from the global Maiden family meant a great deal to me. Right now, I'm feeling extremely motivated and can't wait to get back to business as usual, as soon as I can!"
Iron Maiden's longtime manager Rod Smallwood adds, "Although Bruce is naturally eager to resume Maiden activities, it will take a while before he is completely back to full strength... Because of this, the band will not be touring or playing any shows until next year. We know our fans will understand the situation and, like us, would prefer to wait until Bruce is back to his usual indefatigable levels of fitness before going out on the road.
"For now, the focus will be on putting the finishing touches to the new Iron Maiden studio album and that is what we will be concentrating on over the coming weeks. The release however will definitely be this year."