After six months of chemotherapy to combat leukemia, the 27-year-old columnist has just announced her recovery: "Full Remission" writes Agathe Auproux in her Instagram account on Tuesday. "The cancer is gone. I am cured," says the young woman who was celebrating her birthday at the restaurant on Monday with her friends.
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"Complete remission," the doctor said this morning, after 6 months of chemotherapy, the cancer is gone, I am cured, very moved to share this with you, as I was when I told you that I had cancer I really do not know more than to say, this day is weird, we've waited so long for this, Alix, who has been amazing from the start, hosted a surprise dinner tonight with my friends (if you're not you're not my friend mdr.) seriously, thank you all, for all your messages, your attentions, innumerable, every day. Your love, your support. You took me there. Do not measure the role you played in my understanding of the disease I believe Strength and courage for all those who are suffering and struggling We are together The next, last, and last step: the operation to extract the catheter That I find my body as it always was . Thanks again null And live the summer and live the null love
Last March, the girl revealed her illness by posting a picture of her in a blue blouse on a hospital bed. "I have cancer, a lymphoma exactly, I have been on chemotherapy since mid-December and for another three months, she said she was losing her hair." But everything is fine. […] I will not die. "Throughout the treatment, Agathe Auproux continued to post pictures of her, traveling and dressing in sexy ways.
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Well, I have to tell you something. I have cancer. A lymphoma exactly. I've been on chemo since mid-December and for another three months. I'm often in the hospital, I'm very tired, I lose my hair, I have a catheter that I hate under my skin. But its alright. Everything is good. I rest. I will not die. I respond very well to the treatment. I just needed to stop lying, or at least stop pretending here in front of you every day. I'm doing an image job and thought it would be easier to keep everything to myself. Eventually he became completely schizophrenic and oppressive. It is healthier to assume that. It relieves me. I'm absolutely not ashamed to be sick. I'm sick And I'll heal. My body is home to cancer cells that I am struggling with, my energy is in great shape. I do not give cancer more space in my life than in these cells. My infinite gratitude to the medical and hospital staff that accompanied me from the beginning (since September 2018 and the first examinations before making a diagnosis, seven months already!), And my relatives who live with me. A thought for those affected by the disease, near and far. I'm with you, with all my heart. No. Then it says, and it is shown. I already feel better. I'm not looking for attention or compassion, I'm glad you know it. For my peace of mind, which is primordial and I hope to meet again with this step of truth. With all my love. Take care.
The announcement of his illness surprised the administration of the free channel of the group Canal +, but Cyril Hanouna was informed at the time of the diagnosis last September.
Before the columnist, Jean-Pierre Pernaut also chose to make public his fight against prostate cancer, through a video posted in September on Twitter. "With social networks, full transparency must exist between well-known people and viewers, he told us by his return to the air.Everything is said … So much to prevent the spread of rumors." TF1 host 13 hours also released your case for patients who "feel good alone": "Speaking helps unblock."