Los Angeles, California (CNN) — Rich Cronin of the 1990s boy band LFO has died, his band member told CNN on Wednesday night.
Cronin, who fought a long battle with leukemia, was 36.
Cronin was diagnosed with leukemia in 2005 and underwent chemotherapy, said band mate Brad Fischetti.
The leukemia returned in 2007 and 2008, and doctors treated it with a stem cell transplant, Fischetti said.
Cronin suffered a stroke, an adverse reaction to the treatment, and was left with severe pain in his leg, according to Fischetti.
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