The youngster has been battling the disease since November
Singer Michael Buble has been pouring everything into his family after the revelation his three-year-old son, Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer but it seems the situation has got some good news with the youngster returning to Argentina recently after completion of his treatment.
Michael Buble's son was diagnosed with liver cancer last November
Dario Lopilato, little Noah’s uncle, has described the travelling as a "blessing from God" and confirmed he had flown back to Buenos Aires with his doting parents Michael and Luisana and his brother Elias, one, even though he was not pictured with them at the airport on Tuesday.
They touched down just after 6am on an American Airlines flight from Los Angeles where Noah was diagnosed with cancer last November and started a four-month course of chemotherapy.
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The Daily Express reported that Dario, who went to the airport to pick them up, said: "The only thing I can say as their uncle is that I’m over the moon to be playing with my nephews again.
"We are living this moment together. Luisana and Michael are going to talk later and I prefer to let them speak.
"But the important thing is that we’re all together here in Argentina. What can I say! It’s a blessing from God."
Singing sensation Michael cancelled all his work engagements to enable him to focus solely on looking after his son after the devastating news.
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The crooner was due to present the BRITs but pulled out and was eventually replaced by Dermot O’Leary and Emma Willis.
The family have returned to the South American country so Luisana can finish scenes on a film she was working on before she had to drop everything and fly to LA to save her little boy’s life last November.
Last month an Argentinian journalist went on TV to say Dario’s other sister Daniela had told him in a text message: "The cancer has gone" after chemotherapy and an op to remove Noah’s tumour, sparking his parents’ second-only statement.
The couple said: "We are so grateful to report that our son Noah has been progressing well during his treatment and the doctors are very optimistic about the future for our little boy."