Brian May has told how he almost died of a “stomach explosion” during his recovery from a heart attack.
The Queen guitarist, 73, revealed in May that he had to undergo surgery to fit three stents after suffering a “small” heart attack where he said he “could have died”.
“I turned out to have three arteries that were congested and in danger of blocking the supply of blood to my heart,” he said in a video at the time.
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Talking to The Times about his recovery, May said it was “a long climb back”.
“I’ve had complications due to the drugs I’m on, one of which was a stomach explosion that nearly killed me,”