Emma Brown returns to talk about his cancer: “I was given two months to live”
In an interview with Chi, the singer Salento Emma Brown is back to talk about the darkest period of his life and suffering, the moment he started to fight against a malignant cancer of the cervix, which struck in 2009.
The singer, fresh from the success of his latest album I will be free, reports the dramatic statements of the doctors who gave her hope to survive zero, if the required operation went wrong:
I was given two months to live, if the intervention had not worked. I remember that a few hours before being operated on, without saying anything to my parents, I signed the papers for the donation of my organs in case I had it done.
The operation in question, fortunately, gives the expected results:
The day after surgery I was already another. I felt I had won. I got out of bed and I removed the catheter alone, against the wishes of doctors. I knew I was healed. I crashed out in the open air only from the hospital with my crutch. But ‘came out as the winner: they wanted to put me on a wheelchair.
The winner of the last Festival of Sanremo, in addition to having unearthed this difficult parenthesis of its existence, could not refrain from commenting on the news of the recent pregnancy of Belen Rodriguez, who will give a son to her ex, dancer Stefano De Martino.
With the following statements, Emma, who recently expressed his desire for motherhood, she plans to finally bury the hatchet, and wish them every happiness to the couple:
I’m a person too good. I have a brain and a heart, despite everything that ‘happened, I can not but wish you both the best. At a time like this, in front of a life that is born must put aside all rancors.
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