Amy Winehouse was rushed from her north London home and taken by ambulance to University College Hospital on Monday night (July 28).
According to her spokesman, Chris Goodman, Ms. Winehouse had a bad “reaction” after combining medication she had been taking as part of her anti-drug treatment program and medication for her emphysema – she was diagnosed with the deadly lung disease emphysema in June.
“She was taking a new (medication) as part of her anti-drug treatment program. And it was an adverse reaction to that new drug. You have to try different things but unfortunately this was not the right one,” said Mr. Goodman.
Ms. Winehouse, who recently discovered a benign lump in her breast, was discharged from the hospital early this morning.