“I want to see my daughter grow up”

“I want to see my daughter grow up”
“I want to see my daughter grow up”

In October 2023, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy spoke on social networks. On the occasion of the awareness operation Pink October, the singer announced that she was affected by breast cancer. In a video, the 56-year-old artist recounted his fight against the disease, which began many months ago. “Four years ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Surgery, radiotherapy, hormonal therapy, I follow the usual path to treat this type of cancer“, she confided. “But I was lucky: my cancer was not yet aggressive. Why was this cancer not aggressive? It’s because he didn’t have time to become one… If I’m making this post it’s not to give you the details of my health. This disgusts me and I hesitated for a long time before speaking. No, if I’m making this post today it’s to deliver a single message to you. But a fundamental message for all the women who read me: get your mammograms every year“, she added.

Carla Bruni takes stock of her health

This Wednesday, May 29, Nicolas Sarkozy’s wife answered questions from the magazine Vanity Fair. The opportunity for her to once again address her fight against cancer. She took the opportunity to make a major announcement: despite several years of struggle, the artist has so far still not won her battle. “Cancer opens new doors. We can still hear the bullets whizzing past his ear! And after the first shock has passed, it is practically invigorating, even if it is painful, worrying and distressing (…) This is the case with regard to the medications I have to take, given that I am not in remission at all!“, she explains.

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