Almost two and a half months fans worried about the health of their beloved actress Anastasia Zavorotnyuk. Local press reports that the star of the series “My fair nanny” cured from cancer. Accurate diagnosis of the actress is not reported, but talking about brain cancer.
Relatives of the actress have confirmed the presence of the disease in a car crash, but the exact diagnosis and no information about the state of her health did not provide. First celebrity was treated in Poland, then — in the Moscow private clinic.
Anastasia Zavorotnyuk, photos: Global Look Press
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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“In Nastia so-called secondary glioblastoma, which is less common, develops more slowly and not so dangerous. Secondary glioblastoma affects about 10% of people with brain cancer”, – quotes the words of the doctors of the local press. The local press
Anastasia Zavorotnyuk and Peter Chernyshov photo: sm-news
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