Ozzy Osbourne Seeking Help From 'Witch Doctor' for Parkinson's Disease
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The Black Sabbath rocker and his wife Sharon Osbourne are willing to do whatever it takes to cure his illness which has been diagnosed since February 2019.

AceShowbiz - Ozzy Osbourne is seeking alternative treatments following his Parkinson's diagnosis.

The Black Sabbath rocker revealed he was battling the progressive neurological condition during a joint interview with wife Sharon Osbourne on "Good Morning America" on Tuesday, January 21, 2020, where he revealed doctors discovered the illness last February 2019.

Speaking about her husband's health scare, "The Talk" host said during an interview with ABC News, reported by Britain's The Sun newspaper, "We are going to go wherever we can to seek answers," revealing Ozzy told her, "I will go anywhere. I will go and see a witch doctor. Whatever it takes. I feel good. I feel very good. I feel very strong."

Ozzy admitted he would definitely consider alternative treatments from someone who treats ailments with the powers of healing, divination, and protection against the magic of others.

Appearing on her popular panel show after the interview aired, Sharon added that she and Ozzy, 71, are doing everything they can to help the rocker battle the condition, including travelling to Switzerland to get a doctor there to give his immune system a radical boost.

"We're not going to stop until Ozzy is back out there, on that stage, where he belongs. It was what he was born to do," she smiled.

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