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Yoav Kutner revealed on the broadcast that he had cancer: "It was a lousy time" - Walla! culture

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The presenter and editor Yoav Kutner said during a broadcast on the "Hakatza" radio station that he went on a break due to the cancer he suffered, which he was informed about the day his psychologist died, said that he underwent radiation treatments and added: "Everything is fine, I am healthy."



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Yoav Kutner revealed on the broadcast that she had cancer: "It was a lousy time"

The presenter and editor Yoav Kutner said during a broadcast on the "Hakatza" radio station that he went on a break due to the cancer he suffered, which he was informed about the day his psychologist died, said that he underwent radiation treatments and added: "Everything is fine, I am healthy."

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Wednesday, 04 August 2021, 21:39 Updated: 21:55

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The presenter, editor, ACUM Award winner and Mr. Music, Yoav Kutner, returned tonight (Wednesday) to broadcast on the Internet radio station "The Edge", where he broadcast from day one in 2012. Kutner revealed to listeners that he went on a break due to the cancer he contracted, he said last week. Radiation therapy, adding: "Everything is fine, I'm healthy.



" I was in some medical treatment, surgery, I did not have the strength to do it. I'm not back to the show yet, but at night I dreamed that as part of my return to routine and recovery I'm recording a kind of collage, we'll call it that temporarily, for now. 'Radiotherapy'. A rather strange plan. This title, "Radio Therapy," is a place in the hospital where radiation is received. "



"And something quite amusing happened to me, when I came to do these screenings, apparently some of the people who run these scary machines, such X-ray machines that radiate, recognized me, so some called me Beatles, but suddenly younger guys came and called me Radiohead, and I have to "It's the first time in my life that I really did not want to hear Radiohead. When you lie in a huge device, which revolves around you and radiates very strong X-rays, this music sounds too stressful. I asked them to be simply quiet, to the surprise of those around."



However, he opened the program with Radiohead, told about his therapy through music and radio, and thanked friends who "supported me during this damn time." "I also feel lucky in this field to have people I love and they love me, it always helps. And something personal: when you are in places like this where there are people being treated, like in an institute that does radiotherapy, you realize how lucky you really are, that you have it Something small will pass, and everything will be fine "



Later in the program, before playing Avishai Cohen's "Farewell" segment with Zelda's lyrics, he said: "This is a song about the end of life, a farewell, a song that I often dealt with within myself with my psychologist, Noga Eshel."

He then said: "The day Noga, who has been my psychologist for 30 years, passed away, I was informed that I had cancer and needed to get it out. Everything is fine, I am healthy. And from it I drew this life wisdom of not getting mad at things you can not change. "We know what can be done and what cannot be done. We will try."

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