The daughter of actress Anastasia Zavorotnyuk, which is struggling with cancer, Anna broke the silence in social networks. Girl for the first time published in the social network Instagram a new photo.
The girl who a few months nothing was published, showed happy pictures in the profile. From the photo you can see that Anna visited the beauty salon and got a manicure.
“Just not notesuse manicure, “wrote the girl.
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Note that millions of people are interested in as the star of the series “My fair nanny” Anastasia Zavorotnyuk. In late summer there appeared information that the actress had cancer. Official representatives of the star for a long time did not comment anything about it.
Anastasia Zavorotnyuk, photos Instagram
Recently in mass media there was information from the doctors that Anastasia’s secondary glioblastoma. It is also reported that the condition of the actress is improving and doctors make optimistic forecasts. It became known that Anastasia Zavorotnyuk removed the tumor without hurting healthy tissue and she is now undergoing rehabilitation therapy.
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As reported by the portal Know.ia, doctor Zavorotnyuk alarmed by the truth about the state of the actress.
Also Know As.Eeyore wrote that Zavorotniuk found secondary glioblastoma doctors commented on the diagnosis of “My fair nanny”.
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