Dani Rovira announces that he has cancer

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We are in a time in which it seems that the coronavirus is the only health issue, as if the rest had disappeared. And it is not so. Dani Rovira has just given one of the worst news that you can give and what he wanted to make publicly himself before he began to speculate: you have cancer. It has done so through its account of Instagram with a long text in which provides all the information.

Dani Rovira

Dani Rovira

“A week ago I have been diagnosed with, but had already spent months dragging some tiredness and discomfort”, has begun Rovira in his commentary, to say clearly “I have cancer. Already has first name and last name: Hodgkin’s Lymphoma”, a cancer of a part of the immune system called the lymphatic system. Wednesday, march 25, has been your first day of chemo “and ahead of a long struggle against the ‘bug’,” says the comedian.

Rovira is shown calm and so he writes: “I am Not afraid. I am calm. I’ll take these months a backpack, maybe, a bit heavier in times of uncertainty, fears, and pandemic. But I’m not lacking energy and desire to succeed of this”. It also has the opportunity to point out the part hopeful: “It has a good prognosis and the doctors have given me very good feelings“. However, he also sees the negative: “I will be part of this high-risk population when the defenses and the immune system begin to fallarme in a few days, so I will have to take care of myself, take care and let me take a bit more care”.

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A week ago I have been diagnosed with, but had already spent months dragging some tiredness and discomfort. If I decide to make this public is because, for good or for bad, I am a public figure. And before the start of the circus of speculation and sensationalism in certain press and on social networks, I prefer to be I the main source of information. I have cancer. Already has first name and last name: HODGKIN’s LYMPHOMA. Today is my first day of chemo and ahead of a long struggle against the “bug”. I am not afraid. I am calm. I’ll take these months a backpack, maybe, a bit heavier in times of uncertainty, fears, and pandemic. But I’m not lacking energy and desire to get ahead of this. It has a good prognosis and the doctors have given me very good feelings. Yes, I will be part of this high-risk population when the defenses and the immune system begin to fallarme in a few days, so I will have to take care of myself, take care and let me take a bit more care. We will be fighting and protecting us at home, with my three perretes and with my life partner, Clara. I love “telematics” of my family and my friends. I am in the hands of a medical wonderful. I trust blindly in them. Only I ask you to continue as until now. Cuidándoos each other. Adding solidarity, humour, humanity… and For my part, we will continue rolling up their sleeves from home. The humor and love is our best prescription. All this will pass. Encouragement to all in these difficult times. But so are the challenges, to overcome them and the lessons learned will make us be better people. As he said in his day my favorite hero: #SiempreFuerte ???????????? I want to.

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Account with a lot of support

“We will be fighting and protecting us at home, with my three perretes and with my life partner, Clara”, account Rovira to indicate that you are not alone in this and that it also has “the love ‘telematics’ of my family and my friends.” Also it is comforting to know that you are “in the hands of a medical wonderful. I trust blindly in them.”

With this information, the actor does not want to change things and has so requested in his journal: “Only I ask you to continue as until now. Looking out for each other. Adding solidarity, humor, humanity… For my part, we will continue rolling up their sleeves from home. The humor and love is our best prescription“. She has not wanted to say goodbye without a promise that all this will pass and has given heart to all the world in these difficult times. “But so are the challenges, to overcome them and the lessons learned will make us be better people,” says Rovira.