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Sports journalist Laurie Delhostal reveals that she suffers from cancer

2022-11-28T14:34:20.598Z

The disease has been diagnosed for a month. Mother of a young child, she started treatment right away.



She made the news public this Monday morning in a message on Instagram.

Journalist Laurie Delhostal announces that she has been suffering from cancer for a few weeks and is undergoing treatment.

The one who went through the Canal + group with in particular Formula 1 and the J+1 program before joining Eurosport and working for the L'Equipe channel and Franceinfo, recently withdrew from the TV antenna unexpectedly .

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“Just a month ago I was told:

you have cancer

.

Bam.

You had

to hurry, because you have a young child

.

The total

, the maximum of treatments.

I wondered right away if we could consider that as a kind of great advantage (

welcome Madame Delhostal, you are an ultra VIP, for you it will be all inclusive

).

And how we would have done if I had an older child (

Drop Bernard, his kid knows how to tie his shoelaces

), she says.

“I discovered MRIs, Pet Scan, Pac.

Plenty of medicine to keep from vomiting.

The ice cold water polo cap during chemo,” she wrote.

“I immediately found benefits, like

One chemo = One gift

.

The first was a hat.

Pragmatism, ”she adds in an almost light tone before continuing more seriously.

“I stopped watching TV right away.

Not too much want to laugh in it.

Afraid that my hair would suddenly fall out during an ad.

“She specifies that she” did split training after my first chemo.

To see.

So far I haven't vomited on anyone and I have all my hair.

»

“Normally we don't tell that to everyone, but life isn't completely normal anymore.

I don't know if it should be said, but I don't know why it shouldn't be said,” she concludes.

Source: leparis

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